Ending with a Wrong Side Row

by Belfae

When a knitting pattern says knit to such and such inches ENDING WITH WRONG SIDE ROW OR RIGHT SIDE ROW, does it mean to knit the wrong side or right side row or stop when reaching that row?

YOUR ANSWER


When it says ending with ..., row it means that the last row you knit before you continue with the next section of your knitting pattern will be that type of row.

So if it says ending with a wrong side row, the last row you knit for that section of your pattern will be a wrong side row.

If it says ending with a right side row, the last row you knit for that section of your pattern will be a right side row.

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