What is k3 in knitting?
For example: k3, *p1, k1; rep from *, k3. This means you would knit 3 stitches to begin. Then purl 1 and knit 1. Repeat this across the entire row until you get to the last 3 stitches and then knit those 3 stitches.
What does FC mean in knitting?
FC = Front Cross. fasten off = to end off. fin = finished. foll =following. fr = front side (facing knitter)
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 does C2BW mean?
Slip next st onto cable needle and hold at back of work, knit next st from left-hand needle, then knit st from cable needle. C2BW (Cross 2 Back on Wrong Side) Slip next st onto cable needle and hold at back (RS) of work, purl next st from left-hand needle, then purl st from cable needle. C2F (Cross 2 Front)
What do two asterisks mean in knitting?
Usually you work the stitches between the asterisks a given number of times and then work the double asterisks. Sometimes the double asterisks indicate an area on the back that is repeated on the front of say a sweater.
What does k0 mean in knitting?
In patterns that include various sizes, zeros are sometimes necessary. For example, k0 (0,1) means if you are making the smallest or middle size, you would do nothing, and if you are making the largest size, you would k1.
What does T5F mean in knitting?
T5F = Slip next 3 stitches onto a cable needle and leave at front of work.