K the k sts, p the p sts?

Does this mean if a stitch was knit in the previous row, that I knit it again in the following row?

For example, if row 1 was [P4, K2] 12 times, and row 2 was K the K sts and P the P sts, then what I’d do in row 2 is: [K2, P4] 12 times? This is what I’ve been doing but the emerging pattern doesn’t look right.

Instead should row 2 be: [P2, K4] 12 times?

:clubs:[color=blue][size=2]The Mod Squad was here[/size][/color] :thumbsup:

When they say k the k’s and p the p’s them mean as you’re looking at them. Since a knit stitch is a purl on the back, you would purl it because you’re looking at a purl.

So if you did a p 4, k2 on one side you’d do a p2, k4 on the other.

The v’s are the knits and the bumps are the purls as you look at them. After a few rows, they get much easier to see.

Ingrid, is there just one of you? How do you respond so quickly? When your photo was a sheep, I figured you were cloned. But now that your photo is a little girl (who, BTW, looks remarkably like me as a child), I don’t know what to think.

Thank you!

Yeah, it’s just me. I have no life. :wink: :rofling: