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bernat baby knit blanket abbreviation
Posted by: babyknitter (IP Logged)
Date: March 25, 2009 12:26AM

Looking for anyone who has run across this Bernat Knitted Baby Blanket, pattern project sheet 25566, has a blue knitted blanket and blue bear on the front. I picked it up at Michael's in Grand Forks ND. Question is in the pattern it calls for C2B and C2F... I assume it is ____ 2 stitches in the back and ______ 2 stitches in the front. I am missing what the C is. It does not say in the abbreviations....

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