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Jenifer Peters 11-27-2005 02:16 PM

help with the piggy
 
Hello all HAPPY THANKSGIVING alittle late,

but anyways I need help with the pigs tail.. this is the pattern link..

http://www.knittingknonsense.com/squigglespig.html

can anyone help me I am here right now

THANKS JENIFER :thumbsup:

Ingrid 11-27-2005 02:21 PM

The directions seem pretty straightforward to me. I don't know how to elaborate on them. What is it you're having a problem with?

Jenifer Peters 11-27-2005 02:23 PM

do I cut the yarn to make the tail?? I guess that is where I am really stuck??

Ingrid 11-27-2005 02:26 PM

It's added after the knitting is done. If you're knitting on the row where the tail is joined, they just want you to place a marker for later (tie a loop in that stitch or something similar). If you're done with the knitting part, then use another piece of yarn to attach the tail.

Jenifer Peters 11-27-2005 02:29 PM

so I don't place a loop marker??? that is what I was going to do well that is good to know I will just tie a loop around that stitch?? I think I can do that.. thanks for your help Jenifer

Ingrid 11-27-2005 02:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenifer Peters
so I don't place a loop marker??? that is what I was going to do well that is good to know I will just tie a loop around that stitch?? I think I can do that.. thanks for your help Jenifer

Loop markers go on the needle and will move up with the needle as you knit. Or if you have the kind of loop with an opening, you could use that. I can never find mine.

To be honest, you probably don't even need a marker, you'll be able to see where the tail goes on the pig, anyway.

Jenifer Peters 11-27-2005 02:46 PM

Thanks you soo much once again THANKS

Jenifer


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