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04-23-2013, 11:00 PM
Grafting the Toe
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My problem was when I put down the needle and picked it back up because I'm not advance enough to know where I left off and where I needed to pick it back up. I figured it out by playing around, however.
I'm putting a small tag (a bread tag) on the side where the butt of the straight knitting needle would have been. The side of the project without the bread tag is where I need to start working. I'm not sure if I can explain it properly, but it seems to be working.
Whatever works. Do what you need to do in order to get used to it, then one day you'll realize it's no longer a problem either because your method of keeping track is so automatic or you realize you forgot to mark it but it doesn't matter. Good for you for figuring out a method for keeping track!
Happiness is catching that dropped stitch while it's still fixable..
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