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Old 05-03-2010, 10:06 PM   #1
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HELP! My Starting Ribbing Needs Lengthening!
OK I'm HOPING there's a way I can do this & graft together.....this is the gorgeous Aragorn Fingerless Glove which I test knitted. I didn't realized until glove #2 was finished that I misread the start and didn't do enough of the ribbing. Is there ANY way I can do it separately and somehow 'graft' it onto the glove?

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If you just need to add ribbing, I think you can take our your cast on, pick up the stitches and add the amount of ribbing you need, then bind off again.
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If you just need to add ribbing, I think you can take our your cast on, pick up the stitches and add the amount of ribbing you need, then bind off again.
Yeah, that's what I was going to say. I wouldn't knit it and sew it on.
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That's just BRILLIANT! Thanks! Not sure why I didn't see this sooner, but better late than never.
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