Could it be this?
Odd number of stitches.
r1 and r3 - purl
r2 - k1, *(yo back to front, k2, pass yo over the2 knit stitches) - rep from *.
r4 -* (yo back to front, k2, pass yo over the 2 knit stitches) k2tog, - repeat from * to last stitch, k1.
Thanks for posting this. I've been wanting to learn two-color brioche. Now is the time!
That's beautiful. You did a great job on it.
My knitting teacher says to pick up every stitch if you're adding a band on a cardigan. I did that on a baby cardigan and it worked really well. I just had to make sure I picked up an even or odd number of stitches, whichever your pattern calls for. two things I like about this method are: 1) the band doesn't draw up at the bottom, and 2) no math is involved.
I’m knitting a flat pillow cover.
Right side rows first and last stitch is knit.
Wrong side rows first and last stitch is purl.
I just noticed that I have 3 right side first stitches purled.
Can anyone direct me to the proper directions to drop and pick
these stitches up and make them knit.
I know that each one needs to be picked up twice but I can’t
remember how to do it.
Drop all the edge stitches that are wrong. Then follow this tutorial:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4WebEU0uAM
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I've been to Finland and never saw anything remotely like this. Now I'm going to have to go back!
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Hey, everyone gets to the point sometimes where they just have something different in their head. That’s why we’re here!!!
That's right. If I hadn't already stumbled on this construction technique myself, I'd be confused too.