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Old 08-23-2005, 09:41 AM   #9
Nuno930
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Originally Posted by Ingrid
Yes, because when you flip it over it ceases to be a knit stitch. It was a knit stitch in its last life. It has become a purl as soon as you flipped it over. So knit into it.
THis needs to be in EVERY knitting book ever made! When I was teaching myself i was SO flippin confused on why my stitches would "dissapear" Knitting (and purling) because so much clearer as soon as I was told a purl stitch is just a knit stitch done backwords!!
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