I can answer questions about machine knitting. I am familiar with most made-in-Japan machines, main beds and ribbers. I am most familiar with Studio and Brother. I am not familiar with Passap.
I was a Studio and a Brother dealer for ten years in Wisconsin. I still knit and design every day.
none but you can see my work on my website www.forbesknits.com
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Sorry I didn't answer sooner. K0 does mean knit zero and p0 does mean purl zero. The smallest size would read : cast on 75 stitches. *k3, p3* repeat * to * to last 3 stitches. k3. row 2:
Somewhere in your pattern it should say how many stitches make an inch. This is called gauge. You need to use the needle size that will give you this. I would use a #4 needle, cast on a few, maybe
The instructions you give will not increase or decrease. Row 1 - K1 * (K2 tog) twice takes out 2 stitches but then (fwd,k1) 4 times puts in 4 stitches and the (k2tog) twice takes out 2 stitches so
Pick up and knit 10 stitches evenly along right side of neck. pick up 14 stitches from the 12 cast-off stitches at top of right sleeve pick up 23 stitches from the 20 cast-off stitches at back of neck
starting with 126 stitches: Row 1 decrease 1 stitch each end = 124 row 2 decrease 1 stitch each end = 122 row 3 decrease 1 stitch each end = 120 row 4 decrease 1 stitch each end = 118 row 5 decrease