Hello, I'm new to the site and would love some help converting a straight needle pattern into circular needles. the pattern is for diagonal lines, not sure if after the inital row I should do the opposite on the wrong side row? There are 10rows in total in the pattern for the "diagonal lines" stitch, which I would like to knit on the round but it doesn't seem to be working when I knit on the round just following the stitch pattern straight on, so my question is do I knit the opposite when I get to the wrong side rows. Please help not sure if I'm even making sense?
When you convert a pattern from straight knitting to circular knitting, you reverse the stitches and the order. I'm not sure exactly what to do with the diagonal, so as Jan said, if you have a link or can post a general direction, that would help.
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