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Old 05-26-2010, 01:48 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Loopdeloop View Post
Knitted cast on. Slip knot, then knit.

I did watch the video here, and I swear I'm doing it right, but I end up with an open loop in the middle when I push the stitch off and nothing on my right needle. The loop I've pulled through doesn't seem to actually make a stitch. I'm just left with the yarn as unattached as before I threw it. Does that make sense?
It sounds like you're not pulling the stitch all the way through after you wrap the yarn on it. Check the link I gave you then so you can see still photos of what you are supposed to do. I gave you the main link because I don't know if you are knitting english - working yarn in right hand OR continental - working yarn held in left hand.
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