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I have a scarf pattern for knitting. I do not understand what S11P means. Row reads K 1 S11p Rep to last stitch K 1

I have a scarf pattern for knitting.  I do not understand what S11P means.

Row reads K 1 S11p Rep to last stitch K 1

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In my opinion this means "slip 11 (eleven) stitches as if to purl" .  Slipping a stitch as if to purl simply means inserting the right hand needle from the point towards the knitting, as you would if you were purling the stitch.


Do you have a picture of the scarf?

I used to be able to explain this clearly but I think this website will do a better job: http://moresewforyou.com

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