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Old 04-24-2005, 11:50 PM   #1
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How to switch from dpn's to circulars?
When a pattern tells you to switch from dpn's and begin working on a circular, do you simply use the circular as your free needle and knit each stitch off each needle onto it?
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I've done it that way and also just slipped the stitches onto the circ in order. I would think either way is fine.
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Oh, okay, I never thought of that.

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