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  1. I love the Molly's Hats pattern. As I'm reading the decrease stitch. row 3: K2tog (20 stitches) Row 4 knit around (10 stitches). I'm assuming that Row 4 should be knit around and then Row 5 would be K2tog creating 10 stitches. I'll keep working the pattern but hope to hear from you.

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    1. Thanks for the comment - yes, you're supposed to knit all for row 4, and then K2tog for row 4 to get to 10 stitches. I'll adjust the pattern, thanks!

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