Originally Posted by Little Audrey
Hmm, circular knitting can also be done on DP (double pointed needles) Then you need to move some of the stitches to one or more DPs of the right size, & treat them as an extension of your circular. But if you are not ready to buy a new circular, then you don't want to buy DPs. You could make yourself one DP -get a piece of dowel the right size, sharpen both ends in a pencil sharpener, sand it smooth & varnish it- lot of time & work & it will almost certainly be hard to work with.
little audrey :-(
So very smart!
"For that matter, you could make another circular the same size. Take two small pieces, sharpen each on one end, get some thin flexible tubing that fits on the other end (might have to whittle it down a bit, then smooth over. "
Always amazes me how y'all just jump in and help us! Thanks and