View Poll Results: For English Knitters Only (those who hold the yarn in their right hand)...
I let go of the right needle to wrap the yarn 18 58.06%
I wrap the yarn without letting go of the needle 13 41.94%
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Old 11-30-2004, 02:01 PM   #11
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Hey Everyone,

Rick (Cellcept) has gone through the trouble of sending me that video, so I can see this technique! Yay!!! Thanks Rick!

When I learn how to knit this way, I'll put up a sample video.

Thanks everyone for your explanations, and thanks ekgheiy for pointing out that this was a more efficient English method.

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