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Old 07-28-2008, 08:44 AM   #1
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How to join cast on and cast off ends?
Hi, it's probably a no brainer for most people here, I've searched a little and watched a few videos but haven't found specifically 'cast on' and 'cast off' ends.

I work and study a lot of hours per week and really only have limited time per night in which I have been relaxing and teaching myself to knit. My issue is that I've knitted a nice little rectangle, which I now want to join the cast on and cast off ends, to create a 'tube' then I'll close one end of the tube and make a beanie for my kids.

I don't know how to do any of the things I mentioned, but for the purpose of this post I need to find out how to join the ends, if anyone could help me with this or even just point me in the right direction to a video, I would be immensely appreciative.

Thanks in advance and I'll check back in tomorrow night. In about 24 hours time from this post.

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