Pattern is so confusing!

by Linda
(Uk)


Pattern says insert right hand needle through 3rd,2nd and 1st sts on left hand needle and K1, yfwd, K1, p1. If I knit all 3 stitches together which is how I have interpreted the pattern. There will be one stitch less on each cycle.
The pattern is over 6 rows:
1st row: K2, p1, k3 rep to last stitch.
2nd row: P2, k1, p3, rep from to last stitch.
3rd and 4th row: Knit.
5th row: K2, p1, insert right needle through 3rd,2nd and 1st sts on left hand needle and k1, yfwd,k1, rep to last stitch.
6th row: P2, k1, p3, rep from to last stitch.
Any advice or help would be gratefully received.
I am an experienced knitter but this pattern I do not understand.
Thank you.
Linda.

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Sep 12, 2021
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Hopeless!
by: Anonymous

Like others I have struggled to understand this pattern. The video was very helpful. However I am knitting the second size and the pattern did not work out. Why do you need to yfwd? You have not lost a stitch. I have omitted this and the pattern is now working out.
Very disappointed in Sirdar.

Sep 13, 2020
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Confused
by: Anonymous

I'm having very same problem as the above comment. If I follow pattern I'm short 10 stitches cant figure it out at all. I'm knitting for years is there a miss print or what its pattern sirdar 5294. Am very disappointed as I cant continue

Sep 04, 2020
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Sirdar Pattern is so confusing
by: Ratchadawan

Hello Linda,

You won't loose any stitch because you have the "yfwd" between the two k1. When you knit into the 3 sts, then yfwd, k1, you should have 3 sts on the right needle. If you not sure how to do this then, please follow the link below to see my response to other knitters on this same question.
https://www.to-knit-knitting-stitches.com/sirdar-pattern-5294.html

Thank you for visiting and question. Have a wonderful evening!
Ratcha

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