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Debbie Lueth
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I started Knitting about two years ago, easy scarves. Now I am on a venture towards many possibilities!!!!!!

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At 10:27am on October 6, 2009, Julie Ann Smith said…
Hello Debbie, Thanks for answering me Did I tell you I used to live in Ohio about 9 years ago Columbus Moved back home on Sept 17, 2001 I love
chicago so much I can't crochet as well as I can knit Have a great day Julie
At 5:02am on October 3, 2009, Barbara Longley said…
Debbie, I realise I didn't anser your question properly. With the socks, I had already started them on 4 needles, so when my needles arrived in the post, I transferred to the magic-Loop. I have to admit that I put them back on 4 needles to do the final few rows of the toe decreasing as I seemed to have a lot of tubing which was twisting and getting in the way. My needle was quite long at 100cms. The ruffled scarf was done completely on the circular needle. I want to get some KnitPicks needles because I believe that the stitches don't catch on the join, and the tubing doesn't retain a memory of being curled up so shouldn't twist and tangle in the wool. Barbara
At 4:55am on October 3, 2009, Barbara Longley said…
Hi Debbie, I am no expert at the Magic-Loop and have only used it to make 2 socks at the same time and the ruffle scarf. Do you mean the stitches twist on the cast on edge after you join the ends up? I found some of the magic-Loop tutorials quite good when I searched on 'Magic-Loop method' on Google. I found that if I pushed all the stitches on right hand needle back as far as the tubing, so that I had an empty right hand needle, it was easier to then knit the stitches off the left hand needle. As I say, I'm only just getting used to it myself. When I did the ruffled scarf, after all the increases, the stitches twisted the tubing part of the circular needles all over the place to follow the twists of the rufflles. I hope your son gets the cap he wants. Barbara
At 7:03am on October 2, 2009, Julie Ann Smith said…
Hello Debbie, This is Julie I.m in Chicago now but I used to live in Columbus, Ohio I love Knitting YOU have a great day Julie
 
 
 

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