Need help with dishcloth

I’m doing a dishcloth and decided to do the first four rows which are knit in white. The rest is burgundy. I want to do the last four rows in white also. It says 57-59 knit across then bind off…so is the bind off considered the fourth row???
Thanks a whole holiday bunch, :slight_smile:
Susie [/color]

Do you have a link?

[color=darkblue]Ah yes I do. :slight_smile: I just wanted to know though if the bind off row was considered a row. Here it is:

Ahhh, that’s cute. I made the cat one.

Personally I don’t count the bind off row as a “row”. Let’s see what the “pros” think though. :wink:

[color=darkblue]I bet the cat one is cute.
I did the NY State one and now doing this.
Thanks for your help,

I consider my cast-off to be the same as my cast on… I sorta/kinda count it like half a row! :lol: It depends on the pattern a lot too, and how important and noticeable a small difference would make. Personally, for this project, I would do an extra row of knit, {57, 58, 59, & 60} then cast off…

waits for Ingrid’s expert opinion :roflhard:

[color=darkblue]I finished it earlier today and I did just what you discribed here. :slight_smile:
Thanks a lot,