[P next st tog with corresponding st 7 rows below]

Hi, all!

I’m knitting the rabbit “bootees” from Debbie Bliss’ [I]Nursery Knits[/I] I’ve come across something confusing. These are two-needles baby booties and I’ve just turned the heel. Now it says:

Next row: [P next st tog with corresponding st 7 rows below] to end.

Whether or not you’ve knitted this particular patt, I’d be grateful for any advice or instruction. Thanks!

Count down 7 bumps from the row you’re about to work. Pick it up with your right tip and put it on the left needle. Then purl that and the next stitch together.

I am at the same spot and very confused as well, has anyone knit these very cute bootees?

The result of purling the row stitch by stitch with the row 7 rows below is a ridge or tuck in the bootie. Follow Ingrid’s directions and it will work out very well.