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Old 01-11-2012, 09:13 PM   #30
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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?
It's often confusing if you think of a stitch the way it looks on the previous row; you're done with them and need to look at the sts on this row. And they look the opposite on this row. This post may help you identify knits and purls as they look on the row you're about to knit and the whole thread has other tips and a video.
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