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Posted by: ahcam (IP Logged)
Date: August 05, 2009 01:46AM

does anyone know an easy way to do this? I can't get both needles through 9 stitches. Thanks

 
Admin2 wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

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Posted by: ami (IP Logged)
Date: August 06, 2009 11:35AM

Knit the 1st stitch and slip it back onto the left hand needle.

Pass the 2nd stitch on the left hand needle over the stitch that was knit (8 times).

Slip the stitch that was knit back onto the right hand needle.

 
Admin2 wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

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Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: August 05, 2009 06:53AM

>" Just what I have done > this is not a Knitting rule"<

I take a CROCHET hook and pull the yarn through > or if you can work with your hand to get the tip of the needle with the yarn through 1 stitch at a time.

I do this when Crocheting also , but I use a smaller size hook to get the yarn/thread through the group.

Sounds like an interesting item that you are making.

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "

 
Admin2 wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

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Posted by: ahcam (IP Logged)
Date: August 05, 2009 07:14AM

Thanks, you gave me an idea...I will try a loop-turner (sewing tool) It is an interesting pattern, kind of like frost flowers, with ribs coming together at the top, and alot of YO's to make up the 9 stitches, so it's very lacy

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