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Old 02-08-2008, 07:39 PM   #1
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short rows in the round?
OK, I keep trying to do this, and I keep having trouble. I can get one side to look ok (the left side when I'm looking at the work in progress), but when I come back around to the short row on the right side, I can't help but make a hole when I try to add it in. I've tried wrapping, not wrapping, etc...
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Hiya mommy,
When you come to the right side, pick up the wrap and the stitch you have to knit and knit them together through the back loop. That should help alleviate some the the gapiness.
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