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MarilynP Posted - 11/07/2010 : 09:30:00 AM
I have a Fisherman Afghan pattern leaflet by American School of Needlework, #1063 dated 1988. I am beginning the Aran Isles afghan but it seems like the pattern "Hourglass Cable" may have two too many rows. Is there a correction somewhere or can someone help me as I can't figure out which rows to delete? Thanks.

"I knit often to find myself, it's so easy to get lost in this world."
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minh Posted - 11/10/2010 : 4:22:31 PM
Well, I am just glad you got this figured out! Please let us know how the afghan turned out!
MarilynP Posted - 11/07/2010 : 11:15:12 AM
I read through the pattern again and again, and realize that the mistake is mine. I was counting rows and stitches in each pattern and confusing myself. Thanks to all for taking the time to read the posts and beginning the hunt for the pattern. :)

"I knit often to find myself, it's so easy to get lost in this world."

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