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Cheat Sheet

I wanted to share my Knitting Cheat Sheet with you, or at least  how you can create your own. I use a spread sheet to start, then
Col A I label rows
Col b  I label stitches
Col c I label comments

In col. a i list all the rows (or just the ones that I have to do something other than knit
col B I list what I have to do i.e. inc 1 or dec 1, or ssk (what ever the pattern calls for)
col C I list things like for left side or additional comments like change yarn, should have 23 rows etc. I will upload a blank for you.

You can find it here: Or to the right of this page under patterns.


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create an I-cord the length of the piece of work, plus what you want for a handle

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Update August

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