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Old 09-13-2006, 06:11 PM   #1
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baby hat knitted in the round
okay so I started knitting a hat in the round and I am nearing the decrease point, can I just transfer the stitches to a longer circular needle and to the magic loop cause I don't want to try dpn's. I am going to decrease by doing k2tog for 1 row then knit row 2 then k2tog for 3rd row then knit this should bring me down to about 12 stitches as I have 50 cast on for the hat.
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