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Example: if in a knitting row you have the following.

p2,{k1, yo} 4 times, k1 3 times,

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Theresa

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p2,{k1, yo} 4 times, k1 3 times means:

*purl 2 stitches, knit 1 stitch followed by a yarn over four times, knit 1.

Do the whole thing (starting from the *) three times.

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