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What kid doesn't like pink candy? We, like their mothers and fathers, love to make them happy with pink candy. As such, we, as women, need to reflect this happiness in our fabric. When this pattern, which we usually use in the knitting we make for our children, is made with pink and white yarn, it is called a pink sugar knitting pattern.
But since pink is only suitable for girls, you can also make this pattern using colors like orange and yellow. Even like pink candies, this pattern is known as the weave candy pattern among some women.
To remove this pattern, we knit with 4 rows of colored yarn consisting of 3 loops (you can choose which color you want the pink, orange or yellow candy pattern) with two rows of white yarn in the form of a plain weave.
Then we switch to our white yarn and weave two loops of white yarn, including the initial loop. After the knot in the middle of the colored loop, where we knit three loops, we remove 4 or 5 rows until we reach the white thread. We bring the white loop, which we have reached by removing the colored rows, to our right bottle, and we pass the removed colored threads to the front, and we knit the first loop of the top row by wrapping the white thread in our bottle and knitting it straight.
We knit the following orange loops with white yarn in three more straight loops. Then remove the colored loop in the middle of the caramel toffee pattern in the bottom row of your knitting, up to the row of white yarn in the bottom row, and apply the above operations. As is understood, we complete this order with the same operations.
On the back of the knitting, we knit all the loops inside out with white and return to the front. When we get to the front, we switch to orange yarn and knit four straight rows. The remaining rows continue as repeats of these 3 rows.