20 thoughts on “pfb (Purl Increase)

  1. I haven’t seen that before. Unfortunately, authors can use any abbreviations they like and not all adhere to the standard ones. Check the abbreviation list on the pattern and also check for any pattern errata on Ravelry. Happy knitting!

  2. When I need help, I can always depend on you to be there, Thanks for all your help!

  3. Thank you SO much for these videos! Working on block number 11 of the Building Blocks project.

  4. Wow! Just like the other poster…yours is the only website I use for help!
    What is really awesome, though, is the way it is SO well organized. No floundering around searching for different stitches and techniques as I used to do before I found your site.
    Thank you so much for a wonderful site. It keeps my advancing in my knitting without frustration.

  5. Thanks so much for the video! The book I have just wasn’t doing an adequate job of explaining this, but your video made it really easy to understand. Thanks again!

  6. I had no idea this was so easy. I’ve ripped out my purl increases so much, I was ready to give it up completely. Thank you. I finally get. No more ripping out!

  7. am knitting an anchor dishcloth pattern from Lily and have to purl a front, back and front increase. Thanks for the help.

  8. Just watch the purl increase video. So simple, but I am not sure I could have figured it out myself.

    Love your website. Yours is the only one I use for help. Thanks so much.

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