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Topic: Anyone made the fetus purse? Or can translate this bit of pattern?  (Read 314 times)
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« on: March 26, 2008 06:43:16 AM »

So, the second row says "purl and bind off 6" yet elsewhere is says "bind off" instead of "knit/purl and bind off"

WTJ does "purl/knit AND bind off" mean? I should know this, but alas it is 12:42am.

Here is a link to the pattern for anyone who wants to see. Warning, it's potentially disturbing. And edible.

http://www.theanticraft.com/archive/beltane07/fetus.htm


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« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2008 06:58:40 AM »

I think the knit and bind off or purl and bind off is just stated that way so you will bind off in pattern. In other words if it is a knit row you should use a knit stitch while binding off and if it is a purl row you should purl during the bind off.

I would guess rows 4 and 5 they simply forgot to type it in. Row 4 would be purl & bind off, Row 5 would be knit & bind off.
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« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2008 07:03:11 AM »

I think the knit and bind off or purl and bind off is just stated that way so you will bind off in pattern. In other words if it is a knit row you should use a knit stitch while binding off and if it is a purl row you should purl during the bind off.

I would guess rows 4 and 5 they simply forgot to type it in. Row 4 would be purl & bind off, Row 5 would be knit & bind off.
Yeah, that's what I thought too. But I wanted someone else to blame in case it wasn't.

Cake for the quick reply.

I think I've been on Ravelry too much.
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