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Old 03-25-2013, 05:32 PM   #1
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I am fairly new to knitting and am having a terrible time with gauge!
I have changed needle sizes up and down and usually end up with too few stitches per row and too many rows per inch. What am I doing wrong? I did try substituting a different year than the one called for the in the pattern but they are the same #4 worsted weight - could that be the problem or at least part of it? As I have look through the different brands of 4 ply yarns that I have - they all appear to be completely different from one another.
Appreciate the help
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