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Old 03-22-2012, 04:29 AM   #2
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I think it will look different, really. If you knit the two through the back loops you will have a decrease twisted left. And you knitted the second once more, so you actually have the same number of stitches, but the stitch you see will be twisted. And if do it the second way the stitch you see will be normal, facing right, as to say. The only thing I can think of right now that will look similar is to make it as cable stitch - i.e. change the places of the first and second stitches on your left needle, the second coming before the first from the back of your work, do the now first (it was your second) as normal and stitch the now second - which was the first - as twisted, through the back loop.
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