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Old 03-01-2005, 07:14 PM   #1
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Can I k1tbl?
Can I use k 1 tbl instead of k1b and get the same results?
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sometimes when a pattern says k1b, they mean k1tbl. If you think that's the case, then yes. It will give you a twisted stitch.

Usually however, k1b means to knit the stitch below the one on the left needle (video in Abbreviations Explained section).

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