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ribbing in the round
Posted by: Chrysoula (IP Logged)
Date: March 22, 2009 09:16PM

After picking up 100 stitches for the neckline of a sweater I now have to do k4 p4 ribbing. The pattern does not make sense.

It states: Row 1 rib: (K4,P4) to last 4 sts. K4
Row 2 rib: (P4,K4) to last 4 sts. P4
These 2 rows form the rib.

If I start with K4 and end with K4 I have 8 knitted stitches in a row. Also I thought when doing rib you read the stitches and knit the knit sts. and purl the purl. That's not what the pattern is telling me to do.

Help,



Subject Written By Posted
  ribbing in the round Chrysoula 03/22/2009 09:16PM
  Re: ribbing in the round KT 03/23/2009 11:33AM
  Re: ribbing in the round Alex 03/23/2009 11:49AM
  Re: ribbing in the round jeanette 03/23/2009 03:52PM


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