The directions are simple: ss; k1; p2, ss, k1; p 2 and repeat to end of the row.....
even numbered rows are all purl.
So does ss here mean slip stitch....the pattern is almost undiscernable, but easy as can be....
My interpretation is that ss stands for slip stitch. Are abbreviations shown anywhere? Most patterns have them.
thats funny... I was following your instructions and then thought to myself I wonder if there will ever be a day when I know off the top of my head what all the abbrieviations stand for, I'll have to look that one up.. and then I read where thats your question.... I to would have thought it was a slip stitch... you might look it up... most patterns have the meaning for all their stitches... or look it up in the back of a magazine or book....
Does someone have a picture of the scarf and pattern - how many stitches do you start with ?
Thanks - I am interested in seeing what the scarf looks like and how many stit he's you cast on but I would not find that in the original note re the question about the abbreviations....if you happen to have that send it over - Beckie
You start with 20 stitches, or any number divisible by 4, since there are four stitches to every set....
That was the most helpful tutorial I have seen. It was so great that it had both the Continental or English version. Now that was HELPFUL. Thanks you very much.
That was the most helpful tutorial I have seen. It was so great that it had both the continental or English version. Now that was HELPFUL. Thank you very much.
SS could also mean Stocking Stitch.
I think stocking stitch is generally shown as st.st.
Thanks I don't knit yet, but this is a good pattern to learn on.
Hi - do you have a photo of scarf and the actual pattern ?
Do you have a picture or something that shows what the scarf looks like ?