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Old 11-21-2012, 06:16 AM   #6
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Because of the shaping and the way that the front or underside is longer than the back, it might be better to follow this pattern as written for back and forth knitting in rows. The pattern continues on the purl rows too, so you'll have to keep peeking at the front, knit rows to make sure you're placing the stitches correctly. (Fair Isle in the round avoids this because the knit rows are always facing you.)
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