I understand. Do not worry, thank you anyway. At least you tried.
Sorry Laura, I guess I don’t really understand your question… & I’m not familiar with what you call kettle shape… also you say knit, I’m talking crochet… if you email me a pic of what you’re trying to do I’ll have a better idea… have you tried any Ravelry groups… they are always very helpful
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sorry I can’t be more helpful… maybe someone can chime in here… you have me intrigued now 🙂
Although I do appreciate the link you sent me, It still does not answer my question. I must decrease like 10 stitches at the beggining and at the end of the same row to start making the kettle shape of the bag. Thus, If I close 10 stitches at the end, I must cut the wool and then start 10 stitches in the knit for the next new row. But then I must cut the wool at every single row until I get the desired kettlle shape, and I do not think that is the right way tho do it. I do not think it is right to cut the wool so much. After all, I’m just a beginner, maybe I’m wrong. let me know, this is not abot 2 stiches at the end.Thanks
Laura, if I understand your question correctly, you want to evenly decrease every row at both ends… do this by working the first two stitches together & then, at the end of the row, working the last two stitches together… see this page, it may explain it better
hope this helps 🙂
I would like to ask you how to increase and decrease the stitches when you want to crochet a kettle shape bag. It is just that if I want to decrease the stitches in the same row in both sides of the bag to form the kettle shape, then on of the sides can not be decrease but just closed. There, I do not understand how to do this, it is confusing for me, do I have to start a new starnd of wool at every row when trying to do this? It sounds pretty wrong to me..
I will appreciate all the help you can provide me.
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