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Old 12-13-2010, 05:32 PM   #2
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You probably picked it up like you do at the end of a row in straight knitting where the yarn is on the left needle. When knitting in the round, the yarn should be on the R needle, just as if you'd put it down in the middle of a row of flat knitting. If that's not it, your work just flipped itself inside out so flip it back and make sure your needle tips are closer to you with the yarn on the R needle.
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