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Leisure arts errata
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Dec 29, 2012 19:52:35   #
dixygrl
 
I am knitting the blanket in Leisure Arts book 4577. This is lace leaves knitted. I did fine up to row 45-67. I can't seem to figure out the order of the rows. I checked for errata on Ravelery and it indicated that there were corrections. I tried to follow it up on LA site and could not find any corrections. Please help row 45-67. Thank you.
 
Dec 29, 2012 20:13:09   #
galaxycraft (a regular here)
 
Knit Lace & Leaves for Baby (Leisure Arts #4577)

There only appears to be corrections for the sweater and cap.
What are the instructions for the rows you are having problems with on the blanket?
Dec 30, 2012 01:30:51   #
jmcret05 (a regular here)
 
I think if you number your rows 45 thru 67 and then beside that start with 39 - going thru the rows, you will be doing the row 40 decrease row 11 times for 22 decreased stitches, leaving you with 9 stitches. (You have 31st. before you start this) 31 st minus 22 dec. st. = 9 st.

45 - Row 39 -K4, (YO, K2tog) across to last 3 st., K3.
46 - Row 40 dec -29 st
47 - Row 41 - knit
48 - Row 42 (Row 40) dec 2 - 27st
49 - Row 43 (Row 41) knit
50 - Row 44 (Row 40) dec 2 - 25st.

51 - Row 39
52 - Row 40 (dec.) 23 st
53 - Row 41 - knit
54 - Row 42 (Row 40) dec 2 - 21st
55 - Row 43 (Row 41) knit
56 - Row 44 (Row 40) dec 2 - 19st

57 - Row 39
58 - Row 40 (dec.) 17 st
59 - Row 41 knit
60 - Row 42 (Row 40) dec 2 -15st
61 - Row 43 (Row 41) knit
62 - Row 44 (Row 40) dec 2 - 13st

63 - Row 39
64 - Row 40 (dec.) - 11st
65 - Row 41 knit
66 - Row 42 (Row 40) dec 2 - 9st
67 - Row 43 (Row 41) knit

Hope this works - It's late, so you might want to check the numbering and make sure I got the right row in the right place.

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