What does * K * 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”.
What does every following 4th row mean in knitting?
Once you’ve worked the decrease row, you’re asked to repeat it every fourth row. To do something every fourth row means that you’re working a four-row pattern, and one of those is a decrease row. … Then work a four-row pattern with a decrease at the end (three even rows, then decrease row).
How do you read a round knitting pattern?
If you are knitting a pattern in the round, you will read the chart from right to left on every round. For instance, on the lace chart below, you’ll notice that all of the rounds are marked with numbers on the right-hand side. That usually indicates that you will begin each round on the right-handed side.