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Old 06-22-2013, 11:11 PM   #11
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Oh, dear, I didn't make that very clear. Thanks for all your kind comments. I'm not planning on frogging the whole project. I'm very pleased with the front and side panels. I completed all of that work a couple of years ago--maybe longer. Anyway, when I returned to the project and started the second (back) panel, I discovered that my knitting tension had changed. I have completed only about 10 rounds on the second panel. I was thinking that maybe I could frog those 10 rounds, and maybe switch to a smaller needle. Maybe that would compensate for the change in my knitting tension? What do you think? I agree with ArtLady. Setting a project aside for a long time causes a lot of headaches when you finally return to it! LOL
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