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Old 10-08-2005, 01:07 PM   #2
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My only suggestion is to keep the needles as close as possible when switching. When I'm ribbing, I find that I tend to put my yarn over or back before I even slip my stitch off the needle. It probably started as a time-saving thing, I didn't start to do this consciously, but it makes it so the yarn is right there and the needles stay very close--no stretching. Worth a try!
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