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Old 06-19-2010, 11:43 AM   #17
Ribbing the Cuff
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Ok, well I think I've got my style down now for the foreseeable future...

I've done a lot of practice with continental and I now feel much more proficient with it...I've found for myself that I find it much easier to knit and rib (and do seed/moss stitch) with continental but I will continue to use english for purling when I have long rows of it ( ie stockinette stitch)...I've now got a fairly even tension with continental and am really appreciating how much quicker it seems to feel...for some reason it still doesn't feel quite right purling with continental and I am certainly much quicker and more even purling with english so I am sticking with that when I can...

Thanks again for all your tips folks!
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