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Casting off in rib and working K4below

by Kim
(Derby, UK)

close up picture of ribbing

close up picture of ribbing

I can't understand what this means.......
Cast off in rib, working “K4 below” at top of each slipped st and
enclosing strands of yarn of rows 7, 8 and 9 in this st (to form
scalloped cast-off edge).

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Apr 29, 2020
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Casting off
by: Kim

Thank you very much for the video and taking the time to knit a piece so you could show me what to do, it was very useful and very helpful.
Kim

Apr 28, 2020
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k4below
by: Ratchadawan

I wish there is a better way to get picture on to the web too.
I hope this is the right way to do it. Here is a video I made. I didn't have time to edit or remake it. Hopefully it gives you some idea.






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Apr 28, 2020
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photo of ribbing
by: kim

This is Kim, I asked about casting off incorporating "K4 below" and you asked for a photo of my work, sorry, but I couldn't find how to send one to you apart from this way, there was no capability when replying to you. Photos attached. I keep thinking I've worked it out, but then find it doesn't work, any help will be much appreciated.

Kim

Apr 25, 2020
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scalloped cast-off edge
by: Ratchadawan

I'm sorry I can't see this clearly in my head. Is it possible for you to take a picture of your work and send it to me? I know that k4 below means you knit into a st that locate 4 rows directly to the next st. So, this mean you need to knit into this stitch which is on row 7. Once you knit it, you slip all the sts above this st off the needle too.
I'm just a little bit confused about where are the slipped sts located.


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