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Knitting/Converting flat stitch pattern to circular


saintpaulia wrote at 2011-12-27 17:20:07
hi, I've been working on this as well, and I think I've come up with a satisfactory solution.  Since the 1st row of the basketweave stitch is left twists, it would make sense that the second row would be right twists.  So I worked the second round like this: k1 *k2tog, hold sts on left ndl and k1 through 1st st, drop sts* k1.  (worked like the baby cable st.)  I tried this without the k1 part, but it just made columns, so I think this solution works better.  Good luck.

Diane wrote at 2016-03-18 17:17:59
I found that there is a difference on this answer.  Instead of k 2nd st, k 1st st, it is *k 2nd st, ktbl 1st st*.


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Kathy Norris


Have 20 plus years in crochet and knitting. I design loom knit patterns for the Knifty Knitter. I've taught Knifty Knitter, crochet and knitting for 3 years years. I can answer questions about stitches, yarns, patterns, links, different knitting looms available and the stitches used on the looms (rake and board).


I have 20 plus years with knitting and crochet, and 3 years with the Knifty Knitter. I teach techniques in all three locally plus am a pattern designer.

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