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Old 08-07-2012, 11:36 AM   #2
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Usually a knit or cable CO works well, or you can do a backward loop CO. Do it on the same needle as the working yarn, so you can just put the loops on it, or for the knit/cable, move the needle to the left hand, do the cast on and move it back to the right hand. The stitches won't get worked until the next row. Just use the yarn where you are at that point and ignore the other ones.
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