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December 9, 2004
I've had some of my patterns test knit by others recently, and have noticed that even when other knitters get the same number of stitches per inch, they may fluctuate quite a bit on rows per inch. Case in point: three knitters, same yarn, all getting the "same" gauge per inch (around 4) in half linen stitch. BUT, 21, 22, and 25 rows per 4 inches.
More proof that knitting isn't rocket science I guess.
Do you get the stitch AND row gauge described on the yarn wrapper?