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silvermam
« on: February 13, 2006 05:48:18 AM »

I'm a (very) new knitter and I knit combined (so I have been told). I've started blu for my ds and am totally stuck once I have to do more than normal knitting/purling I've done the cuff bit and than its says to "(RS): SL1, K1, M1, K to last 2 st, m1 k2". I think i'm ok with the m1's just the sl 1 everywhere I read to slip as if purling but I don't see any difference. I'm totally confused and would appreciate any help.

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pinkyswear
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2006 09:55:17 AM »

When you slip as if to purl, insert your needle to the stitch like you are making a purl stitch. The difference is that you are not wrapping and you are not creating a new stitch. You are just transferring the current stitch from in front like you would do a purl stitch.
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