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Re: 4 needles
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: September 20, 2007 06:00PM

When you say "two needle pattern" I assume you mean a pattern that is knit flat? If so, you may certainly adapt it to be worked in the round with 4 dpns.

You should review the pattern to see if there are any extra stitches to allow for seaming. If not, you could probably just work it as written but instead of going back and forth go round and round.

The only place you might have to adjust would be where the thumb gusset is created and how the thumb is added later.

There are lots of patterns for mittens worked in the round. You might want to search for such a pattern if you are concerned about converting what you have. www.knittingpatterncentral.com has lots of patterns, as does www.woolworks.org



Subject Written By Posted
  4 needles Mimiknits 09/20/2007 02:53PM
  Re: 4 needles KT 09/20/2007 06:00PM
  Re: 4 needles Alex 09/21/2007 09:17AM
  Re: 4 needles JJKnitter 09/21/2007 04:38PM
  Re: 4 needles Alex 09/21/2007 08:03PM


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