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Welcome to the 'ville.  I havent seen that term used but found this.

https://forum.crochetville.com/topic/70857-swivel-instruction/

It might help us figure it out if we had more info such as a link to the pattern, name of the pattern and book or magazine its from.  If that isnt possible it is permissible to post a few lines of the pattern just not the whole pattern as that would be in violation of copyright.  

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Welcome to the ville!

The reference that Bgs found is similar to what occurred to me before I read it, as in 'start working in a different direction in some way'.  It not a standard crochet term.  A pattern writer could define a stitch sequence and name it after their dog if they want, as in " sc, ch1, dc in the next stitch - Fido stitch made", but in that example the designer has clearly defined what Fido stitch means and the next mention will be 'make Fido stitch in the next stitch'--as hopefully your pattern has somewhere defined 'swivel row'.  Is there a 'special terms' section in your pattern?  Sometimes it's at the very end of a pattern.

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Hi  and Welcome  to Crochetville from the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Grab your yarn and hooks, put your feet up and sit a spell.

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