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"I am in desperate need of some help. I was very close to finishing the Madison Shawl Knitting Pattern when I knew that I made a mistake on Row 2 but could not figure how I made the mistake. Instead of ending up with only 3 stitches at the end of Row 2, I ended up with 4. I didnt know what to do so I got rid of the extra stitch by doing this yo, s, s k2 pass the 2 slipped stitches over. Of course, this did not work out.br /I followed the directions and cast on 135 stitches.br /Row 1 says to purl the entire row. 135 stitches remain.br /Row 2 says to Knit the first 2 stitches, then yo, skpo and repeat the sequence between the s until there are 3 stitches remaining.br /My Problembr /When I finished the last sequence of yo, skpo, there were 4 stitches remaining, not 3.br /On the last 3 stitches you are supposed to do yo, sk2po (thus using up the 3 remaining stitches). But there is still 1 stitch remaining on the left needle, when there should be none left. I unravelled 4 balls worth of knitting and started over. I followed the instructions, counting my 135 stitches after casting on and completing Row 1, purling the whole row.br /I continued on to Row 2, following the directions exactly. As I finished the last sequence of yo, sKpo, I still had 4 stitches remaining instead of 3 on my left needle.br /I have gone over this pattern again and again. I finally decided to write down the number of stitches as if I were knitting the pattern, and still, I end up with 4 stitches remaining at the end of Row 2! I cant continue on with this pattern until someone tells me what I am doing wrong. I bought the wool indicated in the pattern, which was very expensive, now Im stuck because I cant finish Row 2 properly. If anyone understands what I am trying to explain, can you please advise me as to what I am doing wrong? I would love to keep working on this shawl, but I cant continue and its driving me insane. The wool is beginning to look raggedy from all of the knitting, unravelling, knitting, recounting, etc.br /I am desperate, so any advice offered to correct my work will be greatly appreciated.br /Thank You."
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"BO means bind off."

Easy Bunting Flags

By: Lindsay Endean from sprogletskits.co.uk
Easy Bunting Flags
Easy Bunting Flags

"A very easy pattern for knitting these pretty bunting flags. Great for nursery decorations, parties, or weddings. This pattern is also very handy for using up scraps of left-over yarn. Each flag measures approximately 14cm wide and 11cm long when knitted on 4mm needles with DK yarn. These flags can be knitting on any needles with any size yarn you like!"

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, 5 or 3.75 mm, 6 or 4 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • DK yarn c.20g
  • Single point knitting needles.
  • String or ribbon to thread through flags
  • Darning needle
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Very cute idea! If you wanted to get fancy you could put little initials or patterns in the middle of the bunting, depending on what it's used for. Tons of ways these can be customized - have fun!

WOW what a fantastic idea knitting flag bunting!! One always needs bunting for decor in a room, decor for a baby shower or a Birthday party. And yes it is always the bunting that you want that one cannot find in the shops. I think this pattern is great for beginner knitters and for the more advanced knitters. You can create your own bunting in your hearts desire of colors. One can also use all your odds and ends yarn and create a string of textured colorful bunting. This is a great pattern to keep in your knitting box for the day you feel like knitting something quick and easy just to relax. Just imagine how happy you will be if you need a string of pink bunting and with ease you retrieve your bunting out your craft cupboard. No hassle no fuss bunting at your finger tips. So lets get a bunting......

What a great way to use up yarn scraps and it won't matter what yarns you use since they are decorative. The bunting flags are about 5" x 7" so they aren't too big and should knit up in a hurry. I love the idea of using this bunting in a nursery but you could knit them in holiday colors too. Celebrate!

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