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Old 12-06-2004, 09:55 PM   #1
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stockinette question from a newbie
Hey, thanks to all of you who have posted in the past, and to the administrator for putting together such a great page for new knitters. A friend and I kind of got into knitting separately a month ago and then started comparing notes. Yesterday she came over and we fumbled our way through some stockinette stitch and ran into a major problem. When our kids needed a little attention and we put down our knitting, we didn't know whether to start a new row with knits or purls when we picked it back up. Duh! :? We searched SnB cover to cover for an easy solution, but couldn't find it. Is there any easy way to tell where you are without counting the previous 96 rows or whatever? Thanks in advance for your help, and sorry if this is a frequently-asked question. (I didn't see it in recent posts.)

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