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Hugs & kisses
By Mary Belzer
Material used Bernat Baby Sport Yarn 1 skein 240g/ 8.5 oz
4 double point needles size 5  there is really no gauge to this pattern
Circular needle size 5 16”
Cable stitch holder
Increase is done by working 2 k in same st
7 stitch markers ( I use the small black rubber bands the work really well) I use 2 for the beginning or u can use a different color as long as u know which one you start with
R 1) Begin by casting on 2 st per needle (6 sts)
place stitch marker before each increase st you will have 6 2 on each needle
R 2) Being sure not to twist the work, work 2 k sts in each st 4 on each needle (12 sts)
R 3) inc k 1 inc k 1; 6 each needle (18 sts)
R 4) inc k 2 inc k 2; 8 each needle (24 sts)
R 5) inc k 3 inc k 3; 10 each needle(30 sts)
R 6) inc k 4 inc k 4; 12 each needle (36 sts)
R7) inc k 5 inc k 5; 14 each needle (42 sts)
R 8) inc k 6 inc k 6; 16 each needle (48 sts)
R 9) inc k 7 inc k 7; 18 each needle (54 sts)
R 10) inc k 8 inc k 8; 20 each needle (60 sts)
R 11) inc k 9 inc k 9; 22 each needle (66 sts)
R 12) inc k 10 inc k 10 ; 24 each needle(72 sts)
R 13) inc k 11 inc k 11; 26 each needle (78 sts)
R 14) inc k 12 inc k 12; 28 each needle (84 sts)
R 15) inc k 13 inc k 13; 30 each needle (90 sts)
R 16) inc k 14 inc k 14; 32 each needle (96 sts)
R 17) inc k 15 inc k 15; 34 each needle (102 sts)
R 18) inc k 16 inc k 16; 36 each needle (108 sts)
R 19) inc k 17 inc k 17; 38 each needle (114 sts)
R 20) inc k 18 inc k 18; 40 each needle (120 sts)
You will be transferring the stitches to circular needle this can be done anytime you have enough stitches to go around the circular needle
R 21) p 2 k 8 around you can now remove all the markers except the one at the beginning
R 22) repeat last round
Pattern rounds are:
*P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to front k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 on to back k 2 sts k 2 from holder P 2 sl 2 to holder to the back k2 k 2 from holder* repeat to marker
K next 3 rounds
*P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to back k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 to holder to front k 2 sts k 2 from holder P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to front k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 to holder to back k 2 sts k2 from holder* repeat to marker
K next 3 rounds
*P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to back k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 to holder to front k 2 sts k 2 from holder P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to front k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 to holder to back k 2 sts k2 from holder* repeat to marker
K next 3 rounds
*P 2 sl 2 sts to holder to front k 2 k 2 from holder sl 2 on to back k 2 sts k 2 from holder P 2 sl 2 to holder to the back k2 k 2 from holder* repeat to marker
K next 3 rounds

Repeat all the rounds for the desired length binding off on the last of the 3 k rounds
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