The open lap

An open lap is produced either when a subsequent underlap is in the same direction as the preceding overlap (Fig. 5.5) or an underlap is omitted so that the overlap of the next knitting cycle commences in the needle space where the previous overlap finished. Closed laps are heavier, more compact, more opaque, and less extensible than open laps produced from the same yarn at a comparable knitting quality.

Fig. 5.5 The open lap.
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