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Re: casting on for socks
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: October 20, 2008 04:09PM

If you are using dpns, I suggest that you try to cast all your stitches on to one needle and then slip stitches onto the other needles before you begin knitting. The first few rows with dpns is always a bit fiddly. Some knitters find that it helps to place the needles on a flat surface so that there is some support for the needles. Once you've worked a few rounds, the fabric that you are creating provides the support.



Subject Written By Posted
  casting on for socks Bergevin 10/20/2008 03:00PM
  Re: casting on for socks JJKnitter 10/20/2008 03:40PM
  Re: casting on for socks KT 10/20/2008 04:09PM
  Re: casting on for socks Alex 10/21/2008 01:37AM


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