In double knitting every other stitch belongs to the front and every other to the back.
In this Drops Video we have a red and a green side, i.e stitches are red and green alternating and you should look at them as pairs. In our example we work a very basic pattern, where you work the stitches in opposite colors.
So when we come to the 1st stitch marked in chart, that means next 2 stitches should be switching colors. We therefore work the first stitch red instead of green on the green side, and the following stitch we work green instead of red.
On the next row where we shall switch 3 stitches in a row, that means 6 stitches should be worked alternating.
We did not use stitch markers in our video, but for some more complicated patterns it can be a good help.
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