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Left Twist (LT): On WS row, p1 in front of 2nd st on needle, then p1 in first st, sl both sts off needle. Twist 3 Front (T3 F): Sl 2 sts to cn, hold in front, p1, k2 from cn. Twist 3 Back (T3B): Sl 1 st to cn, hold in back, k2, p1 from cn. Pattern Stitches K1, P1 Rib (odd number of sts) Row 1 (WS): P1, *k1, p1; rep from * across. Rows 2: K1, *p1, k1; rep from * across. Rep Rows 1 and 2 for pat. Cable Pat (multiple of 21 sts + 2) Refer to Cable chart on page 94. Back Set up pat Row 1 (RS): P10 (12, 14, 16), place marker, [work Row 1 of Cable chart] twice, then work last 2 sts (44 sts), place marker, end p10 (12, 14, 16).
Purl decreases are often worked on the wrong side of a stockinette-stitch fabric, as when the pattern calls for decreasing on every row. While purl decreases do have a slant, the direction of the slant is most visible on the knit side of the stitch (the back side of the purl stitch). Therefore, when working purl decreases, it is most helpful to understand which way they slant on the knit side. With yarn and needles in hand, take a few moments to experiment with the following decreases. Once you are familiar with the properties of each decrease, you will have more shaping options to choose from.
Com 57 Design by Christine L. Walter Angled View Scarf Use a natural blend of alpaca and silk to make this delicate zigzag-patterned scarf. It’s a special gift idea! Gauge Scarf 17 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches/10cm in pat (after blocking). To save time, take time to check gauge. Cast on 44 sts. Knit 6 rows (3 ridges on RS). Beg pat, [rep Rows 1–16] 24 times, rep Row 1, then knit 5 rows and bind off knitwise on WS. Special Abbreviation M1 (Make 1): Inc by knitting in back of strand between st just worked and next st on LH needle.
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