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Old 06-09-2013, 01:58 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by gtrickett View Post
Thanks, this is helpful. I've knitted some small projects, like dishcloths and scarves, but nothing more than 50 co sts or so and nothing more than basic knit and purl. This pattern has increases, decreases and dropped yarn-overs. I'm enjoying it so far! It's a great stress reliever and break from studies!
Thanks again!

I agree with the other's Greg you are going to want circular needles, I swear by them in fact I have an afghan myself on a pair, make sure though you also get some tips for the needles to prevent your yarn from sliding off the needles when you aren't knitting. Also keep in mind that sometimes the circular needs will roll as your afghan gets bigger is normal you just have to go slow and it will straighten its self back out.
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