Q: Can you make stockinette on both sides?

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You can add or subtract any quantity on both sides of an equation, without changing the equation's solution set. Just make sure you add or subtract the same thing on both sides.

Make sure you do the same thing to both sides of the equation.

They are both 3d and they both form triangles on the sides to come up and make a point

4M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 14M + 5 = 9Subtract 5 from both sides: 4M = 4Divide both sides by 4: M = 1

x - 2y = 4 Add 2y to both sides: x = 4 + 2y Subtract 4 from both sides: x - 4 = 2y Divide both sides by 2: (x - 4)/2 = y or y = 0.5x - 2

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There are 2 basic knitting stitches: stockinette stitch and garter stitch. The stockinette stitch is where you knit one side and purl the other which gives you a smooth side and a bumpy side. Garter stitch is where you knit every row which gives you a bumpy look on both sides.

With Lion Brand Homespun yarn, it is best to use a simple stitch, either garter or stockinette, due to the fact that, as a textured yarn, fancy stitches would be unappreciated and awkward-looking. It is a very beautiful yarn that is gorgeous in both garter and stockinette, especially if both stitches are used in the same piece. (Example: if doing a hat work a 2-inch brim in garter, and do the rest in stockinette.)

Stockinette is simply alternating rows of knitting and purling. It would most likely appear like this on a pattern: Row 1: Knit Row 2: Purl Row 3: Knit Row 4: Purl Repeat for X number of rows.

It's called a stockinette.

Stockinette stitch is simply you knit the first round, and then purl the second and repeat. This puts all the knit stitches on one side and the purls on the opposite.

If you alternate rows (one row knit, one row purl, and repeat), this is stockinette stitch (or stocking stitch). It does NOT look the same on both sides. One side with be smooth (all the stitches look like little V's) and the other side is all small horizontal bumps. If you want it to look the same on both sides, you should probably knit every row (garter stitch) or look up a pattern that is designed to look the same on both sides (like ribbing). http://handmadebyjody.blogspot.com http://handmadebyjody.etsy.com

Assuming you are doing stockinette stitch (knit the front side and purl the back side), your knitting is curling because that's precisely what stockinette stitch does. To make it stop, put a band of garter stitch (knit the front side AND the back side) or ribbing around the piece and that will make it lie flat.

Talking out of both sides of your mouth is a saying that means you make contradictory statements to people about the same thing. It is an idiom.

To make or keep things equal on both sides

justify

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You can add or subtract any quantity on both sides of an equation, without changing the equation's solution set. Just make sure you add or subtract the same thing on both sides.