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Old 08-24-2006, 09:58 PM   #1
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When doing a RT (right twist), do I twist on both sides?
I'm making a sweater that is, for me, pretty complicated - three different cable patterns, and so on. The directions list each cable separately and then for the back (and front) it says:
EST PAT: Row 1 (RS): P8, RT, Cable I, RT, Cable II, RT, Cable III, RT .... and so on

I understand how to do that much, and have gotten 8 rows of it done and it's looking okay. But the RT's don't quite look right - they're sort of knobby and uneven.

So, my question is, when doing a right twist as part of an ongoing cabled project, do I twist on both the RS and the WS, or do I do the RT on the RS and just purl those two stitches on the WS?

Any input would be ever so appreciated!!

Kate
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