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Old 11-16-2012, 06:54 PM   #11
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Working a hat on circular needles and then switching to dpns as Jan suggested is a good way to learn to work with dpns. At least you have a good knit base from which to work and the dpns aren't flying off on their own. Even a project done solely with dpns is easier to start if you knit back and forth for a few rows and then switch to dpns and knit in the round.
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