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My Mountain - Mount Blackburn

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A K Tienan    January 2, 2016
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I'm not sure about the instructions for the "Basic Pattern" part of the hat. What is the "post" of the stitch? And though I know what "around" means, I'm not sure how to do that either. I'd really appreciate some clarification.

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KhatNip    February 9, 2015
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The instructions for Rounds 5 - 15 state: "Work even in the Basic Pattern." What do you mean by "even"? Even rows? I'm sure this sounds dumb as dirt, but I'm not getting it. Please help. :)

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Craftsy Pattern Collections  December 7, 2015
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Hi KhatNip!

'Work Even' is a common pattern instruction which means: to continue in the established pattern without increasing or decreasing.

It does not mean work even numbered rows.

Hope that helps!

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merlesoff754788    November 17, 2014
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I thought there was a knitting pattern for this hat...I do not crochet and would like to knit this hat...please help

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srmchale2430275    October 29, 2014
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I began this hat with a Susan Bates N hook and thought gauge was off, hat was very, very small, much
tighter than picture. Tried loosening tension, but not much improvement. Ripped it all back and went on line to check hook size alternatives to achieve correct gauge.

I had a US N -13 is 9mm and next size was US P-15 is 10mm. Wrote to craftsy and they advise me: "it appears that depending on the reference point an N hook can be either an N13 - 9mm or an N/P15- 10mm. The Crafty Yarn Council of America is trying to standardize crochet hook, knitting needle and yarn sizes. For needles and hooks, they recommend looking at the metric size for a more standard size range. Here is a link to their chart:
http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/hooks.html "

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kgwynn  December 5, 2015
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Thanks for sharing that information, after sizing up my gauge is correct!
Did you make this pattern? I'm having problems wrapping my head around how basic pattern interplays with the rounds & increases. Any pointers would be appreciated.

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DoctorbydaySewerbynight    May 24, 2014
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Still waiting for pattern help

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DoctorbydaySewerbynight    May 21, 2014
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From Catherine: When I start the pattern row, I chain 3. What next stitch an I entering in front of; there is no next stitch.