I'm an advanced beginner, and I'm going to branch out into cables soon. Before I do, I wanted to make this sort of mock-cable scarf. http://in-my-mothers-name.blogspot.com/2008/01/scarf-pattern.html I was thinking I would just repeat Rows 1-10 a bunch of times, no color changing, and it would be cute.
Sadly, this "turn" business is confusing me. I have read many helpful posts about how a turn instruction means you and adding a row where one didn't previously appear. It makes sense in theory, but I just don't understand it in this sense.
[I]With green Cascade 220 wool, CO 40 sts.
Row 1: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 2: Turn, K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 3: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 4: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 5: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 6: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 7: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 8: K 2, P 2, rep **
Row 9: Knit across all sts
Row 10: Knit knit across all sts
Repeat row 1 through 10.[/I]
If I make the turn at the beginning of Row 2, without doing anything else, I don't even really know what that means. But anyhow, shouldn't I need to repeat it or something?
I'm sorry if I've not made a lot of sense. I hope one of you can share your wisdom.
Thanks in advance! :knitting: