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Kate612
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Posted - 06/06/2005 :  7:12:06 PM  Show Profile  Visit Kate612's Homepage Send Kate612 a Private Message
Hi everyone...I've been reading the posts about the brioche stitch and so far they've been a fantastic help! I'm stuck on Crown Round 2 and I hate to guess on what to do next because I've come so far - there's no way I'm frogging at this point! It says to follow the pattern until I come to 2 D stitches together and then to work them in a special way with the slipping and yarn-over-ing (which all makes sense) but here's what happens: on my left needle I start with 2 L stitches, 2 D stitches (a flag goes up, these are special!) and so forth. So I follow the pattern, i.e. slip the first L stitch, yarn over, and then....disaster. The pattern calls for me to p2tog, but if I do that I will have purled the L and D stitches together, and will no longer have 2 D stitches together, just 1 D stitch and 2 L stitches further on the needle. I'm sure I'm making a silly mistake or reading the pattern wrong, but I can't figure it out. Has anyone gotten past this point? Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Sketcher
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Posted - 06/08/2005 :  09:50:01 AM  Show Profile Send Sketcher a Private Message
Are you doing the hat from Melanie Fallick's book?

You might want to post under the topic "Stuck on a pattern" and/or use the search feature up in the right hand corner. There was a thread called "Melanie Fallick's Brioche Hat" that discussed the decrease section.

good luck!
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