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Old 02-03-2013, 01:56 PM   #5
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It's actually not going to exactly flow together because you're knitting in the opposite direction when you take out the provisional cast on. You can't knit into the loop of the original knit stitch. You're going to be knitting into the loops between the original stitches. It'll look very good and you won't be able to easily tell where the provisional cast on was, but you will be missing one stitch. Eunny Jang demos this and the added stitch on an episode of Knitting Daily but I can't find an online video for it.
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