What does * to * mean in knitting?
Patterns of stitches that should be repeated for as many stitches as possible are enclosed in asterisks *… *. For example, “*k2,p2*” means “repeatedly knit two stitches, purl two stitches as long as possible, i.e., until there are fewer than four stitches left in the row”. alt stands for “alternately”.
What does RT and LT mean in knitting?
Today’s tutorial is on the Left Twist (LT) & Right Twist (RT) Stitches. These are great stitches that provides a faux cable look without the cable needles!
What is t3 in knitting?
Twist 3 (TW3) – Knit Purl Hunter.
What does LT mean in a knitting pattern?
The left twist stitch is a mock cable. By knitting stitches out of order, a twist can be created in the fabric. It’s more efficient than a 1/1 Cable Left or Cable 2 Forward and can be used in place of those stitches.
What does T2F mean in knitting?
T2F = knit into the front of the 2nd stitch on left hand needle, then purl into the front of the first stitch on left hand needle, slipping both stitches off together.
What does M stand for in knitting?
Also on this page:
|M1 or M1K||make one stitch knitwise; single knit increase|
|M1R||make one right; single right-leaning knit increase|
|M1L||make one left; single left-leaning knit increase|
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 RT mean in crochet?
RT. Right Twist: Knit two stitches on left needle together but do not slip stitches off left needle; knit into the first stitch on the left needle again; slip both stitches off left needle at once.