OK, I am stuck again on the following pattern. I have a feeling that this is a simple knitting method and will feel really dumb after asking this ... but here goes... knitting kitty slippers for my daughter and it states to "cast on 9 sts, knit these sts. P1. knit to last st P1. turn. cast on 9 sts". this comes after 9 or 10 rows of plain knitting and increasing. Would I just do the backwards loop for this? And is there a video, I know I've seen something like this before but cannot remember where I've seen this.
I always use the knitted cast on in cases like this. Knit into the last stitch on the left needle and then instead of slipping that stitch off and onto the right needle, slip the stitch you have just made back onto the left needle, snug it up a bit and repeat until you have nine more stitches on your needle.
I love to give homemade gifts... which one of my kids do you want?
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