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Old 09-08-2010, 11:37 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Jan1ce View Post
I've got a pattern for a child's waistcoat and realise that I won't be knitting in the round but what do I do when I get to the shaping at the top?

Also, this may sound silly but do I use different size needles for the rib and then change to larger as with straight needles?
Your first question on the waistcoat is beyond my pay grade so i will not try to answer.

On the second the answer is YES, if the pattern has you changing needle sizes, then you change sizes. You knit the same as if you were using double pointed needles. A circular is just one long DP. IMHO.
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