How do you C1R in knitting?
C1R – Place next stitch on cable needle, hold to back of work, knit next stitch and then knit stitch from cable needle. To work without a cable needle, skip next stitch and knit into second stitch; then knit into the stitch you skipped, and slip them both off the needle at the same time.
What is LPC cable?
To create a cable that slopes to the left you slip the first 2 stitches onto a cable needle and hold that needle at the front of your work. Now you purl the next 2 stitches. … This is called a 2/2 LPC which means that 2 stitches cross with 2 stitches forming a Left Purl Cross.
What is 1c LC in knitting?
A left cross could more specifically be called a 1/1 LC or 1 over 1 left crossing cable. This means that we cross one stitch over another stitch, so that the cross appears to lean to the left. … In this case we’re working with 2 stitches, so you knit the 2nd stitch first, then knit the first stitch.
What does CR mean in a knitting pattern?
“CL” means Cross Left and “CR” means Cross Right. Both are techniques done with 2 stitches. Sometimes, they are referred to as twisted stitches and abbreviated as “LT” (left twist) and “RT” (right twist).
What does C5L mean in knitting?
C5L (cable 5 left) – slip 3 onto CN, hold in front, p2, k3 from CN; creates a left-sloping cable.