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07-01-2007, 08:07 AM
Hi my name is Cathy i just came across this site looking for the meaning of MB & CO in knitting i come from Australia so its very hard when i find a knitting pattern i like and i don't know what the meaning is could any one tell me the meaning please
Welcome to our Forum :hug: There are lots of Aussies here. Maybe some of them will wander by and introduce themselves.

Our glossary is tabbed right above us. MB is defined as make bobble. Could it be M1B which is make one behind?. I'm going to copy your post to the Pattern Central forum. To get there press the forum tab and select Pattern Central. I'm going to title your post "Meaning of MB and CO"

Good Luck

07-01-2007, 10:11 AM
CO is Cast on. M1B is make one below, not behind.