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Old 09-08-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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Need help with Honeycomb check "draw up a loose loop"
I'm knitting the Honeycomb Check Dishcloth http://www.sugarncream.com/pattern.php?PID=6411
And I can't figure out how to do row 5.
" *Insert RH needle from front of work into center dec st from 3rd row and draw up a loose loop. Place this loop on RH needle. P3. Insert cable needle or crochet hook into front of same center dec st from 3rd row and draw up a loose loop. Place this loop on RH needle. P1. Rep from *
Do I insert my needle through the fabric from the front to the back or do I insert my needle through the v of the stitch on the front of the fabric or do I only use the right side of the v of the stitch for the first time and the left side of the stitch for the second time? Does "draw up a loose loop" mean the same as "pick up a stitch"?
I would really appreciate any help. I've been searching the internet for hours!
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