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Old 07-25-2012, 12:21 PM   #3
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Thicker yarn and bigger needles make it go faster than thin yarn and small needles. But a lot depends on the pattern, and its boredom factor, and if you need to rip out a lot because of mistakes or if you just compensate for them and keep going. You'll get more experienced as you go along too, so while it may go slow in the beginning, you might get more efficient after a while and it'll speed up.
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