Hello, Can someone please explain how to do the following pattern:

[p3[k2,p3] 3 times

Thank you, I have tried difference combinations and I cant seem to get it right

Hello, Can someone please explain how to do the following pattern:

[p3[k2,p3] 3 times

Thank you, I have tried difference combinations and I cant seem to get it right

Welcome!

Are the brackets correct? Please check that because I’ve never seen a pattern written like that. If you can give us a pattern name and link it would help.

Sorry I missed a bracket. The instructions for the entire row are as follows:

[P1,k1] 3 times,[p3[k2,p3]3 times] 4 times,[p1,k1]3 times

Thanks for your help. I don’t have a link as it is from a book.

first p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1

then p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3, k2, p3

then p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1

Much appreciated!!

Here’s how to read it: Anything in brackets is repeated the number of times given. [P1,k1] 3 times means repeat the p1, k1 three times. The brackets inside other brackets are done first so for the next part you will p3 then [k2,p3] three times, then repeat the whole thing starting with p3 three times more for a total of four repeats. By now you figured out that the [p1,k1] will be repeated 3 times.

HTH Learning to read these instructions is challenging and even more experienced knitters get stuck.

Now if I actually typed it all out right…

What’cha knittin’?

I am knitting a textured baby blanket.

I have another row that I thought I knew how to do but it turned out wrong :(.

[p1,k2[p5,k2]twice]

Thanks in advance for the help.

ok, this one is p1, k2, then p5, k2, p5, k2, repeat from beginning.

you’re doing the [p5, k2] twice in a row AFTER the initial p1, k2.