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Old 11-08-2006, 05:17 AM   #1
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Very Beginner question: finishing WS

What a wonderful past time... I just picked it up last week. I always enjoyed watching my mom knit, never thought I'd get into it!

Working through a pattern and I have hit the words:

'...finishing on a wrong side row.' I'm not sure yet how to interpret that:

For this part of the garment, I'm doing

So... does this mean that when I finish the last stitch of this section, the right needle will have the WS facing me, such that the next row, were I to continue in would be knit, or is it vice-versa?

I think that asks what I need to ask...

Thanks a heap!
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Old 11-08-2006, 05:25 AM   #2
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If you are working in st st and the knit side (smooth) is your right side...then, ending with a wrong side row means that you will have just purled a row.
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You're a dear! Can't thank you enough. Looking forward to lots of projects...

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