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Old 02-19-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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dividing row
Please help..when it says dividing row: k 29 (left front), place point protector on RiGHT HAND POINT of circular needle, with empty larger size straight needles, K 34 (left sleeve), place point protector on remaining circular needle. Can anyone explain this in easier terms...thks...
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Old 02-19-2013, 09:29 PM   #2
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What they're having you do is separate these stitches from the rest, working them on straight needles and leaving the rest on the circular needles.

So work 29 stitches and leave them on the circular. You can put a rubberband on the tip if you don't have a point protector.

Work the next 34 stitches onto a straight needle and then put something on the other circular needle tip to keep the stitches from falling off. You'll work these 34 stitches next, I imagine.
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