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Old 09-11-2013, 01:33 PM   #1
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Thumb hole too tight
I"m making my first pair of mittens using magic loop. Decided to try it on after 7 rounds done on the hand part. And the thumb hole just feels way too tight for my hand. The pattern I used calls for slipping 4 stitches onto holder for thumb and picking up stitches for thumb itself. If I tink back to that point, would slipping more stitches help? Or perhaps casting on more stitches after slipping the 4? I'm guessing the number of stitches slipped and the number Cast on should be the same...is that accurate?
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