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Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

Posted by enjoyingspring (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 5, 08 at 17:35

What does SK2P mean in the beginning of the pattern.

I just got the pattern and already I am having problems. LOL


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RE: Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

I believe that means:

slip 1 stitch, k2tog, pass slipped stitch over.


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RE: Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

Thank you, that was in the first row of the pattern, this should be interesting knitting. LOL


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RE: Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

Thought I'd post this in both threads -
OK, as you know I am not the knitter but I saw this the other day so this is for all you knitters without the BSJ pattern -- another that is made in one piece with a free pattern. Lion Brand also has another free pattern that is made in one piece from the top down.

Here is a link that might be useful: One Stitch Baby Sweater


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RE: Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

If you'll go to the search engine offered for this site and type in Knitting Abbreviations, you'll find an old posting of mine that contained the URL for a site that has every known knitting abbreviation known to mankind!


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RE: Question on Baby Surprise Jacket

Thanks Sandra for the site, you are right, every abbreviation know to mankind. Thanks again.


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