[COLOR=Red][B]TA DA!!! [/B][/COLOR]I told you that it was probably as plain as the nose on my face. I finally worked it out. Who says being stubborn doesn’t pay off? :lol:
Stockinette MC (main color) till you want the pattern, ending after you have finished a right side row. Then work your 6 row pattern as follows:
Row 1: Purl row with CC (contrasting color, ie, white)
Row 2: K row with CC
Row 3: P1(MC) P1(CC) Repeat across row.
Row 4: K1,P1 with Main color Repeat across row.
[B]Important:[/B] Make sure that your Purl stitches are [B]above [/B]the CC stitch in the previous row. This is what gives the little white ‘dash’ in the pattern.
Row 5: Purl row with CC
Row 6: Knit row with CC
Now you can finish up your stockinette or K1, P1 rib or whatever you like.
Many thanks to those of you who tried to help us figure this silly thing out.
Happy Knitting, Ann B.