1. Using the CRO-HOOK chain desired length using Color A. Work from right to left.
2. Insert hook in second chain St from hook. YO pull up
new stitch. hold on hook. Continue across row holding
all Sts on hook. You should have 1 less new St than in
starting ch. (See Illus.)
3. Slide all work to other side of needle and turn. Tie in
Color B. Ioosely. ** YO puil through 1 St. * YO pull
through 2 Sts. Work off all Sts. same as from * by YO
pull through 2 Sts across row. (See Illus.)
4. Work from Color B, right to left insert hook in last
St just made, YO pull up new St. hold on hook. work
across row. holding all Sts on hook. Slide work to oppo-
site end of needle and turn. (See Illus.)
5. Pick up Color A repeat as in row, 3, from **.
NOTE: You are always working with two skeins of yarn.
You do 2 rows with one skein. then slide work to other
end of needle turn and do 2 rows with second skein.
You never need to cut your yarn. You do 2 rows with
your first skein. starting and ending on the same side.
you then work 2 rows with your second skein starting
and ending on the opposite side. Pick-up rows are
worked from rightto left. The row you work your Sts off
is worked /ett to right.
Be sure to pick up loops (as in rows 2 and 4). between
the bar instead of the cross bar as in afghan stitch. (Go
under the Horizontai Bar.)
This is a stretchy type of knitting. In making any gar-
ments. allow for some stretch (2 to 3 inches) which may
mean you might choose a smaller measurement to
allow for the stretch. In any case work a swatch and
check your gauge.
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