I thought I qualified my statement by saying 'I' wouldn't have understood it. I know I wouldn't have understood either if I hadn't had experience. I believe that anyone can learn anything, but not necessarily all at once.
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well backing away from the scoldings between those two!.... :rollseyes:
i think that part of your problem is that you are using needles that are too small for the work. in order to get around you would have to cast on extra stitches. also, how many inches does it say your circ is suppose to be? (what are you knitting?)
I'm not sure if it will make that much of a difference but Amy does suggest casting on to a larger needle as a way of "cheating". Obviously the needle for the cast on doesn't have to be circular. It may be worth a try. :D