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White on White Lap Throw


Updated February 17, 2017
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This beautiful snow white lap throw is super soft! Make this free knitting pattern for a wedding or a housewarming gift. The White on White Lap Throw gives any room a sophisticated feeling with its clean color and design.

Knit White on White Lap Throw
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Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am knitting this throw, but it is not coming out like the picture. I may be doing the "sl1 wyif" and the "sl1 wyib" incorrectly. I am slipping purlwise in both, is this correct? "sl1 wyif" I bring the yarn forward and slip purwise, then the next step in to knit one, so I place the yarn in back and knit, right?

No that would not be correct-you always slip knit wise in a pattern unless the pattern specifies something different.

First, you have better eyes than I do as I cannot see how the pattern is supposed to look from the picture. However, in a slip stitch pattern the stitches are always slipped purlwise unless otherwise stated. That means knit stitches are slipped purlwise and purl stitches are slipped purlwise.

How gorgeous! The Chichilla yarn just perfect too. Cozy.

My girlfriend has this afghan and it is so beautiful!


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