I’m new to the forum and fairly new to knitting and was wondering if anyone could help me with this problem:
I’m knitting a bag with ‘bobbles’ for a Christmas present and the pattern is as below -
Rows 1-4 Stocking stitch
Row 5 Knit 3 Make Bobble [knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1 and [U][B]knit 1 all into next stitch[/B][/U] , turn, purl 5, turn, knit 5, turn, purl 2 tog, purl 1, purl 2 tog, turn, knit 3] … etc
I have gathered from other websites that ‘turn’ actually means turning the piece through 180 degrees, however my question is what happens to the trailing bit of wool (attached to the ball you’re working from) as it is on the ‘wrong’ side.
I also would like to know if anyone knows what “knit 1 all into next stitch” means - I don’t understand it.
I’d be really grateful for any help anyone can give me.