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Old 02-20-2012, 09:43 AM   #7
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What if you try leaving the cast on sts on the circ and put most of the working sts onto a piece of scrap yarn? So you would leave only one dpn's worth of sts on the dpn, knit the sts together with the corresponding sts on the circ and then reload another third or fourth of the working sts onto the dpn. You'd be knitting with two dpns and only be working with one end of the circ doing this (the other end just dangles inside the tube).
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