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Response to shanti (Reply #4)

Mon Jan 9, 2012, 10:10 PM

8. Definitely a HUGE tension difference in my English vs. Continental stiches so far.

Following JDPriestly's suggestion (below) to knit the first few rows English before switching the yarn to the left hand has helped, but I need to figure out how to manage the Norwegian purl (MUCH faster once I got the hang of it) so the twisting of the stitch doesn't make my purls loosey-goosey.

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