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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
RE: Knitting
Posted by: teresa horner (IP Logged)
Date: August 16, 1999 08:14PM

when knitting two stitches in one stitch, you first knitting as you would ordinarily do but do not remove stitch from left hand needle, then insert right hand needle in back of the stitch going in from the right hand side. then you remove the stitch from the left hand needle. i hope you can understand this i'm not alway good at explaining things.

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  Knitting nancyjean 08/15/1999 12:24AM
  RE: Knitting teresa horner 08/16/1999 08:14PM
  RE: Knitting Janet Mele 08/22/1999 05:29PM

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