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Old 02-10-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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Knitting with one stitch on each needle
I made a bag from a pattern and it came out too small so I am trying it over and am going to make more increases, I had a really hard time starting the other one and now this one I can't even start it at all, I am to cast on 4 stitches and divide on 4 needles and join in the round. I can't stop getting the needles mixed up and the stitches keep falling off. Is there a trick? It gets easier after about 4 increases because then I have an crush square but the beginning is so hard!
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