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Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ??
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: October 14, 2008 09:47AM

I know there are many ways to cast on > But I don't like the LOOSE way the stitches look by using some of the ways.

I like the crochet base stitch since it gives me a more even start.

Now , please share some of your ways and tips for cast-on >
or any Knitting tips !!!

Thanks !

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "

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  Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ?? Mother Hen 10/14/2008 09:47AM
  Re: Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ?? Sally J 10/14/2008 12:02PM
  Re: Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ?? KT 10/14/2008 12:13PM
  Re: Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ?? Alex 10/14/2008 04:21PM
  Re: Best - Cast-On way - for a tight 1st row ?? Mrs. K 10/18/2008 11:42PM

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