What does this mean? Anyone???
It means that for every 4 inches of knitting you should have eleven stitches... AND that you should have 2 and 3/4ths of a stitch for every ONE inch of knitting.
Get some chunky yarn and big needles!!!
How did you figure that out? I think that is what confusing me....
Okay, here we go:
11 stitches per 4 inches. That means that you should have 11 stitches in every 4" of knitting. divide 11 by 4, and you have your stitches per 1 inch. Does that clear it up?
Yes it does. I love you. How am I going to explain THAT one to my hubby?? LOL
THanks again! :muah: :muah: :muah: :muah: