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Old 01-11-2012, 02:34 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by NorthernIrelandKnitter View Post
When you are going to be doing mostly knit stitches in a row, make sure the side facing you has v-shaped stitches and when you are going to be purling all across the row, make sure the side facing you has the purl bumps.
Yes, I have watched that, but maybe not enough. What I do pay attention to is that a Knit on the previous row looks like a person with a noose around their neck, and a Purl looks like someone with a scarf around their neck...right? Again, if you have turned to start working a new Row, the previous row's knits would look like the above described...correct?

Sorry I didn't post a video yesterday, it may be this weekend. I moved on to a scarf pattern that is actually more challenging and it is coming along good, but I WILL NOT give up on figuring this out
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