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Old 02-06-2011, 07:51 PM   #1
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...turn, leaving remaining sts unworked on needle
I'm having a brain fart on this one. My pattern states the following: (RS) Work 37 sts in pattern, turn, leave remaining sts unworked on needle. (WS) p14, p2tog, turn. I can't remember what this means. I'm making a baby bonnet and I'm at the point of shaping the crown part. Is someone able to remind me how do to the turns?
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:58 PM   #2
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If it just says to turn you just turn like you would at the end of the row, so that you can work in the other direction. Sometimes they tell you to W&T (wrap and turn), that is a little maneuver you do at the turn to prevent a gap when you turn to work the other direction. But sometimes it is not necessary and if your pattern doesn't mention it that is likely the case.
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