Turning your work

by JH

What does it mean when a pattern tells you to turn?

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Mar 02, 2017
Turning your work
by: Ratchadawan


It means to flip or turn your work to another side before the end of the row and work your way back where you start or to the point where pattern tells you to. This is commonly seen on short row projects.

Here is an example of turning method I worked on my potato chip scarf. It might help you to see it more clearly. The first few minutes might be a little bit too boring for you, though.

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