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Old 10-24-2010, 12:18 PM   #1
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Help please - right side and wrong side keep flipping
I'm a newbie and the right side and wrong side of my throw keep flipping. I'm not sure which side I'm supposed to be doing what on. The pattern is very simple - 2 rows k1 p1, 2 rows p1 k1. Do I start knit rows on the right side and start purl rows on the wrong side? And how do I know if I am working the right way?

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Old 10-24-2010, 12:36 PM   #2
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You're probably only doing one row on the RS or the WS side, or an extra one. How many sts do you have?

The pattern is -
RS row - k1 p1 and WS row - k1, p1, (both rows start with k1) then you switch -
RS - p1 k1 and WS p1, k1 (both rows start with p1)

Mark the RS row with a safety pin or tie a different color piece of yarn through a stitch.
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