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Old 01-30-2008, 08:59 AM   #11
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The second one looks like K2togTBL to me, so I'll be interested to hear what others have to say. Glad you brought this P2togTBL up b/c I've seen it in instructions before and couldn't figure out how to do it either.
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:25 AM   #12
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How do you mean `shows 2 opposite things'?
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Old 01-30-2008, 02:49 PM   #13
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Well on the KH video she puts the needle throught the back from the left side, but the other video she puts the needle through the back from the right side.
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:43 PM   #14
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On the knittingwisdom video...? That's not how you purl 2togtbl. Follow the KH vid.
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:53 PM   #15
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Thanks again for all your help--that KH video was really useful.

It is still a bit tricky because with the "ssp" my pattern says to slip each of the two stitches to the RH needle then put them back on the LH needle IN THIS REVERSE POSITION, so I have to be careful that I put the RH needle tip through the reversed stitches properly. To make it even trickier, there is a yarn over at the beginning of each row of the pattern, so I really have to make sure I don't end up with extra stitches if I get the working yarn in the way.

But without all of your guidance, I would still be doing it wrong. So I am grateful. And I'm glad that I could help WandaT by asking my question--I guess that's the point of these forums, so answers to questions are helpful to everyone.

I'm on my 4th square, and I have 20 more squares to go. At least they go fairly quickly.
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Old 10-18-2008, 02:32 PM   #16
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Thank you for posting the video. I didn't see it when I was looking for it. But now I know how to do the stitch.
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Yikes!
I watched the video and it seems simple enough but i'm using the Purl into the back of the next stitch after a knit 1 and i get three stitches on teh needle???? Guess that's what i get for trying to teach myself the ribbed cable (15-stitch Panel) from a book. (it's very good becuasee it teaches it visually by showing you what it SHOULD looke like when finiehed but not how to do all the knith thru back, purl thru back etc. I use the English method that my Nana taught me. is there a special secret to knit then purl into the back of the next stitch??
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You could be making an inadvertent yarn over. Whether you knit in front or back be sure you have the yarn behind the right needle before you insert your needle to knit. Then be sure you bring the yarn to the front between the needle tips so that you can purl next (if you have a purl next) no matter if it is a regular purl or one through the back loop. If you have another knit stitch after a purl be sure to take the needle to the back again between the needle tips before you do your next knit. Failing to move the yarn back and forth between knits and purls will mess things up. The yarn always needs to be in back to knit and in front to purl.
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Merigold, that was a VERY helpful comment -- thanks!!
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