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Old 02-24-2008, 02:23 PM   #1
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Different styles/methods of knitting
Wow, today was my first post and I'm already addicted! I decided to pace myself today

I was just curious to learn what style/method of knitting you all prefer (I'm continental, myself)......and if you know of, or are familar with any other methods that might be fun to learn. I saw a video last night of the Yarn Harlot demonstrating the "Irish Cottage" method - I must say, my head is still spinning!!! She goes SOOO fast! I'd LOVE to learn to knit that fast. As a newbie knitter, I require Instant gratification, so the sooner I finish something, the better! I'd love to hear any tips or tricks to make me the speediest/most efficent knitter that I can be!
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