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Old 09-23-2005, 08:03 AM   #1
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Knitting on dpns
I'm doing my first pair of socks and I'm a little stymied. As in Amy's video, my working yarn is on the right needle and I'm using the fourth needle to create my new stitches from the loop on the left needle. When I'm doing the ribbing everything is fine since what is a purl on the inside turns out to be a knit on the outside. What happens though when I want to just plain old knit. All of the instructions that I see just say to knit. But if I do that won't I end up with purling on the outside? :thinking: Thanks in advance for the help.
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