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Old 12-05-2007, 12:40 PM   #1
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Wrap and Turn?
Hi all! Gots me a question. I am about to start on FT clogs (I've gone through alot of the thread and I can't find the answer to my question so, I'm gonna try to get it answered quicker over here lol) and I can't remember what Wrap and Turn means. (I wrote this down somewhere like a year ago, but when I moved I must have thrown it away NOOOOOOOOOO)

What does it mean by "wrap"? I understand the "turn" part. Does it mean WRAP yarn around needle as to KNIT... TURN work... and then start on the next row of directions?
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Old 12-05-2007, 12:52 PM   #2
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"And the answer...

Posted by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer on June 03, 1998 at 11:36:14:

Elizabeth -- here are some step-by-step instructions which I hope will help you.
It looks more complicated than it really is, so just follow along and soon
you will see what is happening ...
Wrapping a stitch when you are on a knit row:
Step 1. Work up to the stitch to be "wrapped",
Step 2. Slip the next stitch with yarn held to the back of work,
Step 3. Bring yarn to front and turn work to other side,
Step 4. Slip same stitch with yarn held to back of work,
Step 5. Slip next stitch with yarn held to front of work. Wrapping a stitch when you are on a purl row:
Step 1. work up to the stitch to be "wrapped",
Step 2. slip the next stitch with yarn held to the front of work,
Step 3. bring yarn to back and turn work to the other side,
Step 4. slip same stitch with yarn held to the front of work,
Step 5. slip next stitch with yarn held to back of work."
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Ok that is sounding familar!! Thank you so much for posting that!! Gonna print it out and put it IN MY KNIT BINDER!!!

LOL!! I never thought I would make another pare of clogs, but I'm trading my knitting skills with a buddy for her cross stitch skills and this is the knit item she chose in our trade!!

THANKS A MILLION!!!
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