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Old 11-11-2012, 01:49 PM   #7
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If you're knitting flat you have WS rows, the ones that will be on the inside when you wear something. Knitting in the round is always knitting on the RS, the outside, and when you convert a pattern from knitting flat, you have to reverse the rows that would be the WS ones both the stitches themselves and the order you knit them. Most patterns do the decs or incs on the RS rounds or rows so the ones in between would be the WS.
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