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Old 02-05-2008, 11:31 AM   #5
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But are you picking up the wrapped stitch with a stitch when you knit back again? I also found the `normal' way to do a wrap and turn didn't work for me, so I wrap the stitch from the back to front instead of front to back and I don't have a problem. I leave the yarn in back, slip the stitch, turn, then slip the stitch and move the yarn in back and finish the row.
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