This doesn't make since. It says every row 13 is the cable. Shouldn't the cable go on every row when you get to it?http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/70071AD.html
So for row 14 and all even rows, I would do k6, 6/6 RC, K6 and all odd rows would be k2, p4, 6/6 RC, p4, k2?
It should be right...once you try the cable you will see how the pattern comes together...you are right row 14 and all even would be worked that way except row 18...:happydance:
Which is right, what I wrote or the pattern, because, if I do what the pattern says, there is going to be 17 rows without a cable in it. It will be a broken cable.
You don't cable on every row, it would be a twisted mess. Rows 14 and 18 are WS rows, the cables are always done on RS rows Cable patterns have several rows of knit / purl stitches like ribbing between the crossovers. Just follow the pattern as written.
Once you work 1-18...then you repeat, this is the pattern the 18 rows...with the cable being worked on the 13th row...so there isn't going to be a break in the cable...once you get a couple of repeats down you will see how the cable is working out...where it's being knit on larger needles the cable can have more rows in between it...
Okay, I will follow as you both said. Thank you. Okay, looking at it, I understand what your saying.
did you see this pic of the FO? http://www.knittinghelp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=74345
I did see that, it's beautiful. That is actually what I'm trying to do:) I'm starting over today, messed up yesterday and could not fix it.