Hello! I am very new to knitting and self-taught. Actually doing my second pattern now. I have run across this instruction: k1, p1, (k10, p1) around to last 9sts, k9. What the heck does it mean (k10, p1). I am sure it is probably something very simple for for the life of me I can not figure it out. This is for a hat so I am knitting in the round. Thank you in advance. This website has been more than helpful!!:cheering:
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Usually that means that the first k1, p1 is the edge then the part in the parenthesis (k10, p1) is what you continue around till to the last 9 stitches.
If you post the entire line it will be easier for us to make sure that is what you do.
That actually is the complete line . I was just confused iwhy it doesn’t just have " repeat from* around. Many many thanks!
Well it sort of does have the repeat in there; when you see something in () followed by an instruction - (k10, p1) around to last 9sts - then that’s the repeat. Not all patterns use *s.
Excellent, thank you so much. I just didn’t want to have to start all over. This site is great!