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Old 03-20-2013, 05:14 AM   #9
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If you're going with the dpns, then why not do as the pattern suggests and start with the 16" circular needle and then when you get to the decreases at the top of the hat, switch to dpns? It's easier to learn how to work with dpns if you have a project already started on a circular needle.
Magic loop or single loop are worth learning too for projects like this. Sometime when you're looking for something new, try the videos with needles in hand and it may be easieer to get.
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