repeat to last stitch knit 1

by Annette
(Devon, PA)

What does this mean?

It is towards the end of a hat pattern that is knit on 2 needles - not circular.

I don't understand how you can k2tog to the last stitch and then Knit some more?

If you are already at the last stitch? This is my first hat knitting experience and I am stumped. Thank you.

*K2tog; repeat from * to
last st, k1—41 (45, 50) sts.

YOUR ANSWER


Your hat at this point must have an uneven number of stitches.

It is telling you to knit 2 together all the way across the row, and then knit the odd stitch remaining at the end.

If you don't have an odd number of stitches before you do this row, then you have either made a mistake somewhere below that point in your knitting or there is an error in the pattern.

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