Increasing Stitches Evenly Over the Rows

learian3October 9, 2007

Thank you in advance to anyone with advice on the following. . . I am knitting a top down, toddler size cardigan. I'm having trouble knowing exactly where to put my increases. For example, I have 43 stitches on the needle and will need to increase those stitches to 54 evenly across the row. (I will be going from 54 to 82 next.) I know not to use my first stitches on either side of the fronts for the increase. Is there a formula, some system, which I can apply for each time I have to increase stitches evenly which allows me to know which stitch I'm going to "knit into the front and back" for my increase?

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If you Google "increasing stitches evenly" there are several tutorials which will explain it. Here's one below but you should check out the others as well.

Here is a link that might be useful: Increasing stitches evenly

    Bookmark   October 9, 2007 at 9:23AM
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Thank you so much for this excellent resource. It brought back everything that I thought I knew but sure couldn't recapture as I stared at my needles. My needles are clicking thanks to you.

    Bookmark   October 9, 2007 at 9:29PM
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