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Knit & Purl




Some patterns might use the term ‘knit all knit stitches & purl all purl stitches’ (or abbreviated to ‘K all K sts, P all P sts’) this sounds more complicated that it really is – basically you just do the opposite of the previous row.

As your knitting you’ll see that the back of your knit stitches are purls and the back of the purl stitches are knits, so if you’re knitting all knits and purling all purls, on the row that you’re on see which they look like and do that… if row 8 says ‘k all k sts & p all p sts’ and row 7 was K5, P10, K5 then for row 8 you would do the opposite and ‘P5, K10, P5’