Looks like I am not going to make it to knitting tonight. It's just too nasty outside for me to make the trek.
But I do have a question that I hope one of you guys can help me with about circular knitting.
So I am knitting my second pair of socks. And I saw a pattern that I'd like to use on the leg part. However, the pattern is written for straight knitting, not knitting in rounds. I learned this the hard way by knitting a few rounds in this pattern and looking at the sock, then going "Um...no."
So, what can be done to adapt this pattern to function in the round as opposed to back & forth knitting?
With a number of stitches that is a variable of 2 +1 (so for my sock it would be either 53 or 55),
Row 1: K1 *YO, K2 repeat until end
Row 2: P1 *P3, PFSO (pass first stitch over) repeat until end
Row 3: *K2, YO repeat until last stitch, K1
Row 4: *P3, PFSO repeat until last stitch, P1
Would it work if I just knit wherever it calls for purl?