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Old 03-22-2013, 03:52 PM   #4
Antares
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One quick note about w&t's (or any method in which you're turning your work mid-row and heading off in the opposite direction), I learned the hard way that if you're interrupted at any time during the w&t phase, it's best to make a note of which direction you were headed when you put your work down (i.e., "working on purls" or "on kinit side getting ready to w&t," etc. etc.).

At least for me it was easy to lose track of what I was doing and after an interruption, it was next to impossible to figure out what I was supposed to be doing.
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