Quick HELP question -

The pattern I would like to begin states:
"K the k sts and p the p sts as they face you"
This is for “Row 2 and all WS rows.”

Does that basically mean I am going to repeat the row before it or do the opposite of the row before it?

For instance, row 1 (RS) is: P10, CR4, P1, CL4, P10 -
am I going to P10, K4, P1, K4, P10 or
K10, P4, K1, P4, K10 on the next (WS) row???


Check out the video for seed stitch
It show you exactly what to do &&how to tell :slight_smile:

thanks very much!!:stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

this is the ideal time to learn how to ‘read your knitting’. a knit stitch looks like ‘v’ and a purl stitch looks like a ‘_’ . if you have a v coming up you knit it and if you have a _ coming up you purl it.

It’s actually more like ribbing. Seed stitch is knit the purls, and purl the knits.