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Su Anderson

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I would like to make the sweet Daisy May doll and a few of the other toys in May's issue of LK. And as I've been telling myself for the longest time now that I would learn how to knit I decided this was the time.

 

So, I got my yarn, my needles and pulled up a few U-Tube videos after a while I felt I was ready to make a start at least. That's where I hit the brick wall....

 

What in the world does   Row 1 (WS) :P  mean? :huh:  and  (kfb)  There's all these abbreviations that have no meaning for me and I sure hope there's someone out there that has maybe a dictionary?  *begging pitifully*   :unsure: 

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Hi and welcome to the forum.

 

WS means wrong side

 

kfb means kn it into front and back of stitch - this is a way of increasing

 

see http://www.lionbrand.com/faq/75.html

 

for knitting abbreviations see

http://www.letsknit.co.uk/knitting-abbreviations

 

Ignore crochet sts

 

If you need any further help let me know

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Hi im a new member , i enjoy knitting and recently i knitted a character toy for my grandson knitting it no problem sewing it together is. the feet i have never seen knitted like this before if any one can help me i would be most grateful. 

chris

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