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"End with row"
Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: March 08, 2009 02:23PM

Yet another common sense question from me:

When a pattern says "end with row B" does that mean the you cast off on row B or finish row b and cast off on the next row?

I never had to worry about this before because I didn't care about having an extra row of color, but now that I'm on my adventures in lace work, the row that I end on decides how my pattern will lay.

Thanks :-D
Karen

P.S. I'm learning double knit next. yay



Subject Written By Posted
  "End with row" clover04750 03/08/2009 02:23PM
  Re: "End with row" JJKnitter 03/08/2009 02:52PM
  Re: ty clover04750 03/09/2009 01:30PM


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