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Old 04-25-2013, 11:07 AM   #9
HeathersHobbies
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Originally Posted by Lizars1735 View Post
I actually saw a video of someone purling continental that way and am thinking about trying it. I use the Norwegian purl. I learned it when I learned continental and it is easier for me to not have to move the yarn forward, or my finger for that matter.

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I was trying the Norwegian purl I have been going back and forth and I kind of almost got the hang of it. It works the best when your doing ribbing. I did a row of k2 p2. I figure I would make a dish cloth so that it won't matter what stitches I use.
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