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Topic: Tridactyl--- Wave Pattern?  (Read 980 times)
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« on: July 10, 2009 09:06:32 AM »

So I was looking through Knitty and decided I'd like to knit up a pair of these:


However, I don't understand the instructions for the "wave pattern".

Wave Pattern (Worked over a multiple of 3 sts):
Round 1: [P1, T2RP] to end.
Round 2: P1, [k1, p2] to last 2 sts, k1, p1.
Round 3: [T2RP, P1] to end.
Rounds 4-6: [K1, p2] to end.
Round 7: [T2LP, p1] to end.
Round 8: Work as for Round 2.
Round 9: [P1, T2LP] to end.
Rounds 10-12: [P2, k2] to end.
Repeat Rounds 1-12 for Wave Pattern.

I have no idea what T2RP stands for, or T2LP. I tried looking through knitting glossaries and couldn't find what I was looking for. Any help?

« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2009 11:09:44 AM »

Right above the Wave Stitch Pattern it says this:

T2RP: Sl next st to cable needle and hold to back of work; k1 from left needle, p1 from cable needle. needle.

T2LP: Sl next st to cable needle and hold to front of work; p1 from left needle, k1 from cable needle.

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