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Old 07-06-2013, 11:50 PM   #8
jinxnit55
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
For some of us Trouble with DPNs is redundant. Personally I avoid them and stick with ML, I don't have to switch to DPNs I just finish with the circular needles. As for getting it all turned around, I'm sure there is a perfectly rational explanation that has nothing to do with poltergeists or gremlins, though Murphy's Law has not yet been ruled out. This video that shows how to do it on purpose might shed some light on how it happens by accident.
Cool! I like that girl, and I think I am on her email list. I think part of the problem is that I am not comfortable with either DPNs OR ML (obviously), and I am at the same time trying to expand my repertoire, so I am hitting a few roadblocks.

OTOH, I put down DPNs and long cables and started a small baby hat with a simple pattern of marching elephants on it. The first row of elephants has turned out great, so I feel like I have my knitting mojo back. It's funny how the success or failure of a project can be so all-encompassing.....
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