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Old 06-12-2009, 07:52 PM   #1
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wrap and turn
Wonder if anyone might be able to help. I have reached a point in pattern and getting confused. It says - PATT 15, wrap 1, turn. (The patt is k1, yfwd, k2tog). Do I pattern for 15 sts, wrap 1 and then turn the work around and then repeat the patt for the previous 15 sts? I am a fairly new knitter and getting frustrated! Any help/advice would be most welcome!
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:55 PM   #2
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Yes, do the stitch pattern over 15 sts, wrap the next stitch and turn. If the pattern doesn't say any different, do whatever the next row of the st pattern would be, which would be the reverse of the sts you did on the previous row. You might only be working on 12 of those sts, just depends what the pattern says to do next.
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Thanks for that Suzeeq - I shall give that a go!
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