QuestionWhat does knit over knit and purl over purl mean?AnswerKnit over knit means you will perform a "knit" stitch whenever you see the knit stitch of previous row. Purl over purl is when you perform a "purl" stitch over a purl stitch of previous row. In another word, if you see a knit st, you'll knit and if you see a purl st, you'll purl. I hope this helps and thank you for the question. Ratcha
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