Stitches that face me?
Row 2 of my pattern (Twining Vine Pattern part of sweater) says to:
Row 2 and all WS rows: K the k sts and p the p sts as they face you.
I take it to mean that if the left needle is showing a Purl side of a stitch (which was previously knitted) facing me, I simply purl that stitch, same for knitted stitches.
Just double-checking here so I don't mess up this far into things on my first project.
Also, if the stitch faces me with a loop tight around the neck, that's a purl, correct? And if it has yarn coming down in a "v" at the neck, it's a knit?
Thanks for the help yet again,
Yes, you're right. :thumbsup:
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