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Old 01-14-2011, 06:46 PM   #1
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grafting - the last two stitches
I am wondering if anybody can tell me what to do with the last two stitches when grafting. I figured out the set up and the knit-purl-purl-knit part, but what do you do with the last two stitches? I am making the Miss Priss Diaper Pants and am grafting the gusset together. Thanks!
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:06 PM   #2
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Ok, you know your usual mantra: "knit, purl; purl, knit".

You know that when you are just setting up you use the second half of each of those steps, i.e. "---, purl; ----, knit".

To finish the last two stitches, use the first half of each step: "knit, ----; purl, ----".

Make sense?

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Perfect explination....thank you so much!!
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