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falzalot

Thank you - I was just starting to get confused by this!

::off to grab some dice::

Christine

I always tell myself that if it is wearing a "scarf" (or a turtleneck sweater), I should purl it, and if it is wearing a v-neck sweater, I should knit it. The first time I did aran work, I was mumbling to myself, "scarf, scarf, v-neck, v-neck" - I'm sure the person beside me in class was quite amused!

Amanda

I just wanted to say I love your blog and I am so glad I found it! Thanks for all the great advice!

Joanne

Thank you for that explanation. Why can't they just say that in the pattern!

Cathy

Thank you! I just came across this instruction in a pattern and had no idea what they were talking about. I am very glad I came across your explanation. It was VERY helpful!

Thank you again!

Cathy

Rachel

Thank you, this is very helpful!

Dimpy

Thanks so much for this thorough explanation! It makes a world of difference to have resources like your blog so accessible online.

Zibby

Thank You So Much!!! This explanation made my day, and I haven't been able to find any other good explanations on the web, so this meant a lot to me.

Venusenvie

i have a question. if a pattern says to k the k sts and p the p sts and has a cable pattern, should i do the opposite of what the cable pattern is saying as well?

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I don't have to much experience in the knitted field, however I used to repared the clothes from my little brother and sister, my mom teach a only the basic, and for that reason I have to visit your post most frequently.

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amazing post, this instructions make my knitting a lot better.
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