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Old 02-02-2011, 02:30 AM   #31
Mazie
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It is a form of continental, Gurmperina knits this way and calls it 'Combined' and Modeknit does a version, as well, that she also calls 'combined, but they are each slightly different. I do the Gurmperina version. She also has really good videos. There are maybe 8 or 10 ways to knit, even backwards..... ;-)

Adding video link for Grumperina's way of knitting....
http://www.grumperina.com/videos.htm

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