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Interpreting knitting pattern instructions

Hi,

I am new to knitting, and am attempting an Aran Afghan (completed as squares that will be combined at the end).

The knitting pattern directions state "k 2, p 3, p 12". Why not "k 2, p15"? In other words, why are the purl stitches separated? Am I supposed to do something special?

Thanks!

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Oct 06, 2020
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by: Sally

Thank you, Ratcha!


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you're welcome.

Ratcha


Oct 05, 2020
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interpreting knitting instruction
by: Ratchadawan

Hi,

The reason it's written this way is to help separate each section of the patterns. You don't need to do anything different unless it tell you to (eg. place a marker). I think you'll find out as you keep working.


Thanks for the question and visit. Have a great day!

Ratcha

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