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Old 11-19-2004, 12:36 PM   #1
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Knitting into the back of a stitch
I knit continental- and when doing stockinette (on straight needles) my knit rows have the knit stitches laying the opposite way of the knit stitch video on KnittingHelp.com. Hard to describe, but to "pick" them off the needle I need to pick them from the back. Now I have a pattern that says "knit in the back of the stitch"--What part of the stitch do I pick? I'm at a loss. Thanks in advance.
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