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Old 01-03-2007, 02:04 PM   #1
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Knitting a wrap and its stich, purling a wrap and its stitch
Hi there, I would be ever so grateful if someone would break it down for me in very simple terms how to knit a wrap and its stitch together and how to purl a wrap and its stitch together. Iíve read the article from knitty.com but I need detailed explanation of how to actually do it. I think I was able to get the purling side done Ė but only by luck you see, as Iím not sure if Iím doing it right. The knit part, when I do it I donít seem to be working the wrapped stitches, but just accumulating wraps on one stitch, resulting in the purlside looking good and the wrapped stitches on that side decreasing, while the knitside has a giant bump and the wrap stitches are not decreasing. So if you understood all that and can break it down for me how to get this done I would so very very happy.

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Old 01-03-2007, 02:20 PM   #2
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Have you looked at Amy's video? Scroll down to the bottom of the Advanced Techniques section.
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Nooooooo - I haven't But I'm going there now! Thanks!
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Got it! Thanks for pointing me there! Exactly what I was lookin' for.
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