Question about short rows
My pattern says place a stitch marker after 22 (A) of the stitches and 66 (b) of the stitches. When you get to stitch marker B work a short row back, when you reach stitch marker A turn back around and continue knitting for 3 rows.
My question is does that row count as 1 of the rows or do I start counting my 3 rows after I've worked the short row and passed my stitch marker that indicates where the round ends/begins.
I'm thinking that, that row does not count and I start counting the 3 rows when I'm done with that short row. Just want to be sure though.
I think you're on the right track. Do the 3 more after you get back to A.
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