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Old 11-21-2012, 01:07 AM   #5
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Yes, try the knitted CO and if you go to the Tips page there's a video called Demo of a Small Project that shows how to cast on, work a few rows then bind off so you get an idea how to put all the steps together. I find the needles on the yarn label might be a little small for learning to knit as a lot of new knitters have pretty tight tension and it may be hard for them to get the needle into a stitch. So just try to relax, work with about 10 sts at first and don't pull tight on the yarn - looser stitches are easier to knit into, but they don't fall off as easily as you might think. Hang in there, you'll get it.
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