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Old 01-15-2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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one quick question...
hello!
just have one quick knitting question...
im going (for the 1st time) to try and knit wit circular needles. i seem to understand how to knit wit em
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i want a 24" circumstance wit 6.5 size needles on the end. the yarn i want to use, uses a 6.5 size (accor. to the wrapper). i cant find 6.5 needles! i found a 24" circumstance, but not 6.5 needles! so this is my question:

is it better to use size 6 needle, or a 7 size? recall the yarn need 6.5 so.....

craft store around where i live seem to have those sizes so i was wondering whick one is best to use best

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Old 01-19-2007, 08:53 PM   #2
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Does it call for #6.5 needles, or 6.5 millimeter needles? I've never come across *size* 6.5, but 6.5 mm is a #10.5 size, which is more common.

If it's actually calling for #6.5, then I guess it depends on how tightly you knit. If you're a loose knitter, go #6. If you knit tightly, get #7s.
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Old 01-20-2007, 01:47 AM   #3
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get a size 10.5 that is 24"
you will do fine

IMHO its better to use a slightly larger needle than a smaller one

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