All in next stitch

by Xenon
(Port St Lucie, FL USA)

I'm having a problem understanding this instruction: (BrK1. yo) twice. BrK1 all in next st. Sl1yo. BrDecL. Sl1yo. BrK1. Sl1yo. I can't tell if what is in the brackets is supposed to be all in next st. or if the Sl1yo. and the BrDecL are in the next st. or if it means something else. Do you have any insight that might help?

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Jun 08, 2020
All in next st
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Xenon,

"[(BrK1. yo) twice. BrK1] all in next st. Sl1yo. BrDecL. Sl1yo. BrK1. Sl1yo."

[(BrK1. yo) twice. BrK1] is a group that needs to be in the next st. So, you do (BrK1, yo, BrK1, yo , BrK1) in to the next stitch.

Then do, Sl1yo. BrDecL. Sl1yo. BrK1. Sl1yo. after ward.

Hope this helps. Thanks for the visit and question!

Have a great day!


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