What is RC in knitting?

What does RC mean knitting?

This video by Kelley Hobart from Alpaca Direct shows you how to knit a Left Cross (LC) and Right Cross (RC) to make stitch patterns for decorative patterns on your knitting without a cable needle.

What is CR knitting?

CR – Knit into the front of the second stitch, and then the front of the first stitch and then slip both stitches off {Examples: 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5} CL – Knit into the back of the second stitch, and then the back of the first stitch and then slip both off.

What does a 2 2 RC in knitting mean?

2/2 Cable – Right

Abbreviation: 2/2 RC. Slip 2 stitches to cable needle and hold in back, k2 then k2 from cable needle.

What does Cr2L mean in knitting?

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 LC mean in a knitting pattern?

The knit left cross (lc) is a versatile stitch that can be used for delicate cables, swirls, and other fun textures.

What does 2 mean in knitting?

Thus, “k2, p2”, means “knit two stitches, purl two stitches”. Similarly, sl st describes a slip stitch, whereas yarn-overs are denoted with yo.

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