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Re: Circular knitting
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: May 24, 2009 09:01PM

When you add the underarm stitches, are you slipping them on from a holder or are you casting them on?

If you are slipping them on from a holder, unless you have a double point needle holding them, or a holder where you can slip from either direction, make it a two-way slip. Slip them on to another needle and then slip on to your circular needles.

If you are casting on the stitches, try a different cast-on.

Or, since these stitches are under the arm and not particularly noticeable, just leave those purl bumps and tell people they are a design feature.



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  Circular knitting granny 05/23/2009 08:41PM
  Re: Circular knitting granny 05/23/2009 08:44PM
  Re: Circular knitting KT 05/24/2009 09:01PM


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