Knitting term help.What does "slipw" mean?AnswerI've never seen this knitting term before in my entire knitting life. I think it's possible that this was a typo.I came up with 2 knitting theories for this question;1. It meant to write "slip pw" or slip purlwise.2. It meant to write "slip kw" or slip knitwise.Anybody else has suggestion or answer to this? Feel free to let us know. Thanks.Ratcha
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I am crocheting a sweater and would like to knit the rib pattern at the bottom of the sweater. How do I pick up the crochet stitches to do the knitting?
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