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Old 04-18-2008, 06:56 PM   #1
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Christmas stockings
Hi - I'm new at knitting, and my first project is Christmas stockings. I know that's not an ideal first project, but my husbands grandma made stockings for my husband & me but can't do it for her great grandkids. So with number 3 on the way, I find myself having to knit 3 christmas stockings (or at least 2...the baby won't care) before Christmas if I want us all to have matching stockings. Anyway, so far I've knit the Cuff, but here on the instructions it says "Fold the cuff in half at the purl row and knit the cuff together with wrong sides facing eachother." So my question is how do I knit 2 sides together? do I need to bind off and sew it together, or is there a way to knit 2 things together? If there's a video on this let me know...
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Old 04-19-2008, 12:32 PM   #2
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I think they are wanting to make a decorative you have a link to the pattern?

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