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Old 12-16-2008, 06:29 AM   #2
Sajomaro
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It's been a while since I've used my knifty knitter but I think it would be a case of casting off X number of stitches on one side of the loom. The red loom has 31 pegs making half way either 15 or 16. I'd cast of 8 stitches in the centre of one of those halves. In other words work 4 pegs, cast off 8 work remaining pegs. You'll have to cut the yarn at some point and then rejoin it and work as if knitting flat for a one or two rounds making your starting and ending points at the edge of those 8 stitches. After that you should be able to return to working in the round. The first round you'd just wrap the 8 pegs once without working them setting them up for the next round and then work even. Does that make since?
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