Just learning how to knit? Then, this article is for you, the beginning knitter. Having an overview that contains all knitting abbreviations is so handy to have. Even for those of us who have forgotten certain knitting terms. So, bookmark this knitting page for future reference. (I just did). Now, study the abbreviations table and, before you know it, you’ll knit like a pro!
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Knitting Abbreviations – What Do They Mean????
It’s nice to get some free knitting patterns, however, what to do? Knitting patterns seem to be written in another language. And yes, there’s no way around it: if you want to learn how to knit, you must know most of at least the basic knitting terms to use that lovely knitting pattern that you’ve been given.
I thought to give you a hand. Here is a little craft tool for you: a knitting abbreviations table so you can start knitting away:
[ ] repeat instructions inside brackets as indicated
MC main color
M1 make one
p or P purl
Now, there you go. When you start chatting and sharing with other knitters, you know just what to write. As well, this chart will help you dare tackle more complicated knitting patterns.
knitting glossary: glossary w basic and advanced knitting terms.