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Old 02-04-2006, 07:53 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by brendajos
well i think i can answer the after purling question. maybe.

i found out recently that i was wrapping my yarn around the needle the wrong way when i purled. i knew i was doing it different but my work didn't look any different when i was done so i decided it didn't matter. one day i saw someone say that it was creating a twisted stitch and that was why it was so hard to get the needle in. i have consciously switched the way i purl and it is way easier to get that needle in! it takes me longer because i am relearning how to purl but knitting after a purl row is much more pleasant!

thanks! that's probably why my fingers are so sore! i'll have to go back and watch the video again for how to purl. if i switch during the project i'm making will that mess it up?

thanks again!
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