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new knitter need help
Posted by: glenda (IP Logged)
Date: November 08, 2008 07:26PM

I am doing a simple vest. I have completed back and left front, it tells me to reverse shapings. On the left hand side I cast off at the beginning of row. Does this mean on the right I try to cast off at the end of row or do I cast off on the wrong side instead of the right side of piece. All the shapings on the left were done on the right side of piece. Sorry to sound stupid but I could not find a video or explanation on line. Found this forum hope it can help. Also do I knit two together in the same way on this side as on the first side for decreasing? Hope you can understand this.

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  new knitter need help glenda 11/08/2008 07:26PM
  Re: new knitter need help Sally J 11/08/2008 10:30PM

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