((((((( Sounds like they're repeating themselves, eh? In knitting it could get interesting as you can TURN and work in the opposite way but not be done with a row. LOL!
But in crochet, particuarly, they will indicate 'turn' as sometimes you many not in some rows so it's SOP to say so......you may read; Don't turn, also..... in round/row work - it depends on the pattern.
If you're still not sure, copy and paste the pattern over to me and I'll look it over.
Carol A. said:
What does it mean when it says to turn at the end of a row. You're already going to turn anyway to knit or purl the next row, aren't you?
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