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Old 12-02-2007, 09:52 AM   #1
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"bring yarn to front"
I saw this biscuit blanket pattern through Noni's post about a neck warmer. After reading through it and working it out in my head, I have a question in the pattern rows section about "bring the yarn to the front". I don't think this is the same as a yarn over. Does it mean bring it to the front before the sl stitch and then it's back to the back for the rest? Because it never says to actually return the yarn to the back. Row 6 has *bring yarn to front, sl 5 K1* and then repeat that section across. Will I bring yarn to the front just for the first sl stitch?

pattern: http://www.iliveonafarm.com/biscuitblanket.html

Does my question make sense? Thanks for any help.
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:04 AM   #2
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bring yarn to front, sl 5, K1*. Repeat from * to * across row to last 8
See the coma after sl 5 ,that means to do yarn to front sl 5 THEN bring yarn to back and knit
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It looks like you're bringing the yarn to the front so the horizontal bar makes part of the pretty design. Thank you for the pattern link, BTW. I have some Christmas yarn here and that would make a neat washable liner for our cookie basket.
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Great Pattern
I have made several of these biscuit blankets and given them for gifts along with a pretty square plate to go under the blanket. The design is so pretty and looks difficult, but isn't. Momwolf is right, you have to move the yarn to the back in order to K1; just remember to bring it back to the front before you sl 5. Enjoy the pattern!!



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Old 12-02-2007, 08:20 PM   #5
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Thank you all for your answers !! I tried it on circulars but I just can't get comfortable with them, so now I'm about to go start again on straights.
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Old 12-03-2007, 07:18 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by toomuch View Post
I saw this biscuit blanket pattern through Noni's post about a neck warmer.
pattern: http://www.iliveonafarm.com/biscuitblanket.html

Julie
Oh, what a cute pattern!

Hope you post a pic when you finish!
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