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kimaka 02-28-2007 09:22 PM

abbreviations TF and TB?
 
Hi--
I am working on a hat using a pattern from the 1970s, and I've come across some abbreviations I don't understand. Can anyone explain how to "TF 2" or "TB 2"?
Thanks!

ekgheiy 02-28-2007 09:38 PM

:?? Maybe it's a variation of "tbl" (through the back loop) and "tfl" (through the front loop)?? So I'm thinking "TF 2" means "through the front loop twice. :??

Are you sure you have the whole pattern? Patterns usually have a abbreviation key. :thinking:

kimaka 02-28-2007 10:05 PM

Thanks for the reply. I do have the complete pattern--it's in a booklet from Bernat, which includes descriptions of every abbreviation except these--go figure. The TFs and TBs occur around some cables--I'm new to cabling, so maybe it's something obvious I just don't know about . . .

ekgheiy 02-28-2007 10:12 PM

Oh ... :thinking: Maybe it means "Twist Front" and "Twist Back"? The videos for cables are here. I know that putting the cn in the front of the work VS the back of the work will make your cable twist backward or forward, but I can't remember which is which. :oops: But I think Amy's notes which is which in the video. :mrgreen: :teehee:

suzeeq 02-28-2007 11:04 PM

My first thought was Twist Front and Twist Back.

sue

kimaka 03-01-2007 10:01 AM

A co-worker found a great source of abbreviations at www.knittingfool.com. It gives a good description of both "twist front" and "twist back".

Thanks for your replies.


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