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Dec 17, 2011 02:44:04   #
createquilt
 
I'm trying to knit a pair of soldiers glomitts, but having trouble trying to find out what what the knit 6 roundt means right after the 3-4 inches of the ribbing. Can someone help me with this? The pattern can be found on raverly.com Just go there and type in soldier's glomitt. :lol:
 
Dec 17, 2011 02:46:48   #
createquilt
 
On the pattern it reads as follows; right hand; with smaller needles cast on 48 sts. Divide onto 16 sts on each of 3 needles. Join and work 3-4 inches in K2-P2 ribbing. Knit 2(6)roundt.
Dec 17, 2011 11:17:25   #
Cindy M
 
A round is a row of knitting, just knit in the round. You will do 6 rounds then begin the directions for the thumb gore. This is the part that fans out to accommodate the thumb.
Dec 17, 2011 14:33:33   #
e.ridenh
 
createquilt wrote:
I'm trying to knit a pair of soldiers glomitts, but having trouble trying to find out what what the knit 6 roundt means right after the 3-4 inches of the ribbing. Can someone help me with this? The pattern can be found on raverly.com Just go there and type in soldier's glomitt. :lol:

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I think that '''t''' on roundt should be an '''s''' - perhaps place a stitch marker there, also - to help you keep count of rounds....

Good luck, sweetie and Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Donna Rae.
Dec 18, 2011 09:06:56   #
createquilt
 
thans, now I get it. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to both of you.
 
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