Whilst this four year bronze renewal is an excellent achievement, the School had originally applied for a Silver award, so there is more work to be done! Posted: 03/07/2017 PGR Day - 21 April 2017 On Friday 21st April, the School of Mathematical Sciences hosted the annual Postgraduate Research Day. This is an annual event that showcases and celebrates the outstanding research being undertaken by our PhD community in the School of Mathematical Sciences, and is open to all staff and students.
3. If you know your gauge , you can figure out how many inches
you will get with a certain number of stitches:
Stitches divided by stitches per inch equals inches
sts / ga = in
200 sts / 5 = 40 in
You have a hat pattern that tells you to cast on 90 stitches. The yarn you want to use for it knits up at 5 stitches per inch. Will it work? 90 divided by 5 equals 18 inches - probably okay for a baby or small child, but too small for most adults. 90 divided by stitches per inch will be 20 inches; 90 / 4 sts/in will be inches.