What does t3f mean in knitting?
The symbol t3f means Twist 3 Front. It means the pattern instructs you to slip 2 stitches on the cable needle and keep it in front of your work. Then, make 1 purl stitch from your left needle, knit 2 stitches from the cable needle. This is a stitching technique that uses a cable needle.
What does 12 sts mean in knitting?
CO 12 sts. That means that you will first make a slip knot on one needle, then cast on 11 more stitches on the same needle. In knitting, the slip knot always counts as a stitch.
What is t3f and t3b in knitting?
t3f = slip 2 stitches to a cable needle and hold at the front of the work, purl 1, then knit 2 from the cable needle. t3b = slip 1 stitch to a cable needle and hold at the back of the work, knit 2, then purl 1 from the cable needle.
What is follow in knitting?
To make the instructions concise and easy to follow the most regularly used words are either shortened (foll – following) or letters are used to describe what is needed to be done next (tbl – through back of stitches).
What is a t2 stitch in knitting?
This two-stitch twist technique creates a two-stitch left twist. Ignore the first stitch on the left-hand needle for a moment and put the right-hand needle into the back of the second stitch on the needle. Knit this stitch through the back loop, but don’t drop it off the left-hand needle.
What does ending with a RS row mean in knitting?
End with RS row’ means you’ve just finished knitting it.