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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Just a quick post today!

I don't have much to post about today since I spent yesterday working on the Fire Socks. The good news is that I've started the second design, so I hope to get the pattern finished up soon. The bad news is that I've planned two more stealth projects so you guys might be getting more Finn and Ramius than you usually do. (Not that I think you would mind, I think at least half of you are here for the furr baby blog days anyway! ;) )

Just to clarify, Seed Stitch is K1, P1 on the first row and all other RS rows and WS rows are worked as K the purls and P the knits. You have to pay attention to what you're doing on every row with that one. Moss Stitch is K1, P1 on Row 1, then the next row is K the knits and P the purls. Row 3 is P1, K1 (do the opposite of the stitch below it) and again the following row is K the knits and P the purls. You only have to think about what you're doing on RS (or odd numbered) rows - on the WS rows, you can go on autopilot. Hope that helps!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Kendra said...

Hi Melanie. Just to clarify your clarification (because I read it wrong the first time I read it):
Seed Stitch is K1, P1 on the first row and all other RS rows; WS rows are worked as K the purls and P the knits. (I read it as "Seed Stitch is K1, P1 on the first row; all other RS rows and WS rows are worked as K the purls and P the knits.")

Not trying to be nitpicky; I just didn't want anyone else to get (momentarily) confused like I was.

10:06 AM  
Blogger Marjorie said...

Some books are not completely consistent in distinguishing between moss stitch and seed stitch. I understand the difference you're describing, and that is how I think of the stitches, but you may see these confused in other books or patterns.

I love the minimalist cardigan, and yours is turning out very well.

8:12 AM  

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