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Old 09-22-2013, 07:47 PM   #17
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ad2 I keep thinking of you and wondering if there is a solution to your dilemma. When you are working with circulars, you typically keep a lot of stitches on the needles and the cable, depending on the length. I was wondering if you might try knitting with two circulars and if they were long enough, you could adjust the stitches in a way that does not hurt your hands and fingers. Just a thought.....
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