What does C4F mean in a knitting pattern?

What is C4B and C4F in knitting?

Four-stitch front and back cables are knit cables small enough to be used as an allover pattern without overwhelming the knitted piece. Four-stitch front (or C4F) looks like it’s twisting to the left, while four-stitch back cables (C4B) twist to the right. … Knit 2 stitches from the cable needle.

What does Cable front mean?

The Cable Four Front is a traditional cable stitch. … The Cable Four Front uses the abbreviation C4F, the 4 standing for the four stitches involved in the completed cable. The F is for Front or forward, explaining where your cable needle will go when you are working to create the twist.

What is complement C4b?

Complement component C4 is a central protein in the classical and lectin pathways within the complement system. During activation of complement, its major fragment C4b becomes covalently attached to the surface of pathogens and altered self-tissue, where it acts as an opsonin marking the surface for removal.

What does C5B mean in knitting?

C5B (Cable 5 Back)

Slip 3 sts onto cable needle and hold at back of work, knit 2 sts from left-hand needle, then knit 3 sts from cable needle.

What is front of work in knitting?

front of your work: As in “yarn to the front.” The front of your work is the side of your work that faces you as you hold your needles. It could be the wrong side or the right side.

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