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Old 07-05-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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Help with pattern instructions
I may be reading too much into this but part of a pattern is confusing me. After working in St st for 3 inches it then says:
End with RS facing for next row.
So does that mean I am to end with the RS since the row you are working on is facing you and the next will then be a WS or does it mean after ending and turning the needles it will be ready for RS facing? This is a pattern in Natural Nursery Knits.
Thanks for your expert opinions.
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Old 07-05-2010, 06:03 PM   #2
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End with RS facing for next row.
This would mean they want your next row to be a right side row. So the last row you work will be a wrong side row and then you will have a right side row facing you for the next row.
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That is how I first read it but then started second guessing. Would be easier if it just said end on WS. Thank you so much!
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Yes, that might have been clearer, but it seems some pattern writers like to, "Throw the cow over the fence some hay", as a good knitting friend of mine likes to say.
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Now, that is just too funny! Thanks for the laugh
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