How to knit WS?

by Karla
(Poetry, TX)

Hello, my name is Karla and I have been knitting for a few years just basic plain dishcloths. I started when I quit smoking, kinda switched habits.

Anyways I have begun doing volunteer work now and came across a dishcloth pattern that on the 1st row says (WS): Knit across row.

HELP ME PLEASE! LOL

YOUR ANSWER


WS just means that the wrong side is facing you as you knit, with the right side facing away from you.

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