What does following mean in knitting?
foll means “following”. beg means “beginning”. cont means “continue”.
What is alt rows?
Alternating row refers to every other row. We see this type instructions a lot when working with bilateral decreasing and increasing sleeves or neck lines. “Decrease 1 stitch at each end of next and every following alternating row” refers to decreasing 1 st at each end of the next row (usually the right side row).
What is ALT in knitting?
alt: Alternate – worked on every other row or stitch. beg: Begin or beginning – to start as specified or position to be worked at or from, measured from or marked. cont: Continue – carry on working. dec: Decrease or decreasing – by working 2 or more stitches together.
What does 3 alt rows mean in knitting?
Alternate means every other row. When you have to bind off stitches, you can’t do that at the end of a row, so you have to do it at the beginning of rows.
What does Foll 2 rows mean?
Foll means following. So, on row 9 you increase at the beginning and end of the row. Then do the same on row 17, 25, 33 and so on.
What does UFO mean in knitting?
UFO. UnFinished Object. Not of the extraterrestrial kind , a knitting or crochet UFO is usually a WIP that you have temporarily or permanently abandoned or neglected. These are the projects that are semi-finished but haven’t been picked up in ages.
What does a star mean in a knitting pattern?
When you see an asterisk or *, it means you are to repeat something. For example: k3, *p1, k1; rep from *, k3. This means you would knit 3 stitches to begin. Then purl 1 and knit 1.