I'm really hoping the knitting experts out there can help me with a question. The answer is probably really obvious, but even though I've almost been knitting for a year now...I'm still trying to figure out how exactly to interpret patterns!
Looking at the below instructions, after casting on would you:
a) Just work a total of 37 rows in keeping with the 4-row pattern?
b) Work one pattern (4 rows) and then work another 37 rows on top of that? This would mean that you would work 41 rows in total.
If it's just 37 rows in total, does this mean that technically the 'instructions' begin at 'From 1st to 4th row sets patt...' and that it just outlines Rows 1- 4 at the beginning to familiarise you with the pattern?
Please do humour me if I'm asking a stupid question, any advice will be much appreciated!
Are you knitting anything at the moment? As the evenings start to draw in here in the UK, I'm feeling increasingly attracted to my knitting needles and yarn...