Ive been crocheting since i was knee high to a grasshopper, only knitting for a little over 2 years. I became obsessed with knitting and now dont do much crocheting. Ive often put a crochet edging on the occational knit piece. Its very pretty.
But thats not why i brought you here…lol
I want to start a conversation about this direction in knitting “ending with” or “ending on”.
Ive seen it in crochet but not as bad as i do in knitting.
A) what does the designer mean? when im done with that row? or before i start it?
B) Why dont they use a more clear direction like…“after your done with” or " before you start" It would clear up alot of “I need to look ahead and figure out what the H*** im supposed to do here.”
KUDOS to the few pattern writers ive come across that do use the clearer directions mentioned in (B)!!! THANK YOU!!!
I would like to know your alls take on this subject.