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Old 09-25-2007, 09:40 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by BillSpace View Post
From my limited knowledge of German knitting language, they use "Recht" for the knit stitch and "Links" for purling. So I think that when it says "nur Recht" it means to use just the Knit stitch.
That's generally true, but I think unless you see it in context in the original pattern it's hard to tell exactly what it's supposed to be, since rechte and linke variations are often put into a phrase that might read a little differently then.

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