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Old 01-10-2008, 10:20 PM   #1
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What do patterns mean by "wrong side" and "right side"?
Hi,

I was looking through some scarf patterns online and I got a little confused. Some of the rows say things like "wrong side" or "right side"... like "Row 1: (right side)" followed by the rest of the instructions for row 1.

I'm sure there's a place that has a great explaination but I haven't found it. Figured I'd post here and hope someone would answer it.

As an aside, and probably a more improtant question, is there a good site or video anywhere that teaches how to read patters for beginners?

Thanks in advance!
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