issues with No Stitch

Hello All,
I'm looking at a pattern/chart and I ran across a No Stitch symbol. I'm curious, how does one execute that No Stitch?

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ronhuber's picture

There is a "no stitch" because on the previous row there were decreases. For example: in row 5 stitches 7 and 8 were knit together so in the vertical column above those two stitches in row 6, one would be a "no stitch".

MMario's picture

"No Stitch" spaces are like that "gap in the map" when a map extends over two pages. It is there to be ignored. You do nothing with it except ignore it. It exists to be ignored.
By ignoring the "no stitch" you help it fulfill its destiny

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Bill's picture

you could start a whole movement of "Existential Knitting" !

MMario's picture

Well, I do mostly lace - which is almost as much about the stitches that aren't there as the stitches that are present!

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Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Isn't that the truth! A great definition of lacework.

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ronhuber's picture

Bill, you're hilarious.