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Old 11-12-2012, 08:51 PM   #6
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Good approach. it doesn't really matter if you're the only one knitting a certain way in a group. Other real knitters will always be fascinated by a new way to do something, never critical if it works for you. Don't worry about speed right now either. As a pretty slow knitter, I think speed is over-rated. Get the sts right, enjoy what you're doing. I agree that a class is a good idea, too. It's much easier for someone to show you a technique or find a mistake if they're right there with you. Do a practice piece and make some deliberate mistakes so you can see them and learn to fix them. Good luck with your knitting and do come back here with questions and comments!
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