Okay, I am working on a sweater that has a 5 stitch seed stitch border on the edges. I am working back and forth on circulars.
It says in the pattern definition for seed stitch:
Row 1: K, P, K, P, K
Row 2: P, K, P, K, P
But on knittinghelp.com it says that if you are working in uneven amount of stitches with seed stitch, you start every row with knit.
If I follow their instructions, it looks like I'm knitting the knits instead of the purls, etc.
I'm so confused! I just had to rip it all out and I'm starting over, but the frustrating part is that I have to work quite a bit of the pattern before I can tell if the seed stitch looks right and I don't want to have to rip it all out again. :noway:
Can anyone help me make sense of this before I get going again?