What does LT mean in a knitting pattern?
Knit Left Twist (LT) Stitch Tutorial.
What does LT and RT mean in knitting?
Today’s tutorial is on the Left Twist (LT) & Right Twist (RT) Stitches. These are great stitches that provides a faux cable look without the cable needles!
How do you Cr2L in knitting?
Cr2R – Knit into front of second stitch on left needle, then purl into front of first stitch, slipping both off the needle together. Cr2L – Purl into back of second stitch on left needle, then knit into front of first stitch, slipping both off the needle together.
What does RT stand for in knitting?
The right twist stitch is a mock cable technique that allows you to simulate a cable without the use of a cable needle. Also known as: mock cable. Abbreviation: RT.
What does TWR mean in knitting?
TWR = slip next st onto cable needle and leave at back of work, K1, then P1 from cable needle.
What are the abbreviations for knitting?
|Sl1K||Slip next stitch knitwise|
|Sl1P||Slip next stitch purlwise|
|ssk||Slip next 2 stitches knitwise one at a time. Pass them back onto left-hand needle, then knit through back loops together|
|st st||stockinette stitch|
What is the purl stitch?
: a knitting stitch usually made with the yarn at the front of the work by inserting the right needle into the front of a loop on the left needle from the right, catching the yarn with the right needle, and bringing it through to form a new loop — compare knit stitch.