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Old 01-12-2012, 06:21 PM   #3
lmevans
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I was checking my tension because I thought that was it at first too, but it seems to be something else, because it happens in the same spot in every row. I am usuing stitch markers, so I thought that was it. Does it matter whether you bring your yarn forward/behind, before/after moving the marker over when switching stitches? I also tried not using stitch markers and it seems to happen then too. Also, I'm usuing a knobby acrylic yarn, kind of like homespun. I'll have to take a picture of it. When I get home I guess. Ugh! You have no idea how many times I have ripped out and started over...even after knitting over 20 rows of 137 stitches. If it's true what they say that good knitters are good rippers, than I'm going to be a FABULOUS knitter! LOL
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