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Old 01-01-2008, 06:38 PM   #9
ZoeS
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Originally Posted by PCwombat View Post
The reason the one stitch is higher is because when you knit in the round, you're knitting a spiral and each round lays on top of the other. Think of it like a coil of wire with the end not laying flat.
Yeah... but when I reach the end of the round the last st should be even with the first st of the next round. And I was able to find the last stitch.

Thanks for your advice!
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