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Old 06-22-2013, 07:07 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by dturner View Post
I know what you mean. I started this Sipalu bag a couple of years ago. I recently decided to pick it back up. After finishing about ten rounds of the second panel, I realized that my gauge had changed in the past two years. Apparently my knitting was much tighter then. I think I was using the same size needles. I thought about just leaving it, but I think I'll frog it. It's a beautiful pattern, and I want the finished project to be nice. Maybe I can drop down one needle size to compensate for the change in gauge?
That is to gorgeous to frog. The stranded section will naturally be tighter than straight knitting. Unless the looser panel bothers you or will affect the project, you could just keep on. It doesn't have to fit. Or just use a smaller needle if you're concerned.
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