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Old 11-28-2008, 06:50 PM   #3
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I found this method also ( Supposedly it has the advantage over the Emily Ocker method in that it does not require a slipknot and the first stitches aren't crocheted. I understand, sometimes learning new techniques makes knitting seem like an endless journey, but when you learn new methods you have more control of your knitting by giving you more choices to make on what might suit better for different projects or feel more comfortable for you to execute.
Judge: Madame, either you will have to cease knitting or I will have to cease judging. Which shall it be?

Miss Marple: It helps me to concentrate, milord.

Judge: It does not help me, madame.

Miss Marple: Oh. Very well. (puts away knitting)

Judge: Thank you, Madame.

The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne.
~ Geoffrey Chaucer - The Parliament of Fowls Line 1.
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