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Circular knitting Debbie Bliss Pattern-Lucia
Posted by: brendatata (IP Logged)
Date: March 23, 2009 06:54PM

I am knitting a Debbie Bliss pattern from her Prima book. In the pattern, you knit the back and fronts on straight needles and cast on stitches for the sleeves which you put on holders. You then join them on a circular needles and knit the yoke and neck. I have never done this and am wondering should I cast the sleeves right onto the circular needle rather than putting cast on stitches onto a string as is suggested in the pattern and what do I do with all the threads of the separate pieces? I really hope someone can help with this!!

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