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Aug 8, 2017 22:57:49   #
castonkid
 
Trying to make a wedge in the hem of a skirt. I think I do ok going from hem to top point of wedge...but can't figure out how to go back down from point to hem to increase the size of wedge.
 
Aug 9, 2017 00:39:32   #
Becca (a regular here)
 
We need more information. What is the pattern? This will help us help you.
Aug 9, 2017 06:28:15   #
silversurfer (a regular here)
 
You just reverse what you did to get to the top point. If you put needles into work then put the same number out of work or vice versa.
Aug 9, 2017 08:12:24   #
dagmargrubaugh
 
castonkid wrote:
Trying to make a wedge in the hem of a skirt. I think I do ok going from hem to top point of wedge...but can't figure out how to go back down from point to hem to increase the size of wedge.


Diana Sullivan has some excellent tutorials on this. I can't explain it as well as she can. Just google for her and then chose the one you want.
Good luck,
Aug 9, 2017 15:43:42   #
Fredslie
 
I recently made the Mohair Swirl sweater on my standard gauge machine. The pattern contains short rows to create wedges. Take a look at the instructions of how the different wedges are created. The pattern is free. The pattern is here:
http://www.longbuckbymk.com/index.php/patterns/87-mohair-swirl
 
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