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January 05, 2010


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thanks so much for this post! i was trying to decide between another set of dpns or trying out magic loop and now i'm thinking i might go for magic loop.


yes, yes, thanks for posting this. I've just ordered 2 full sets of circular needles from China for my staff and will teach them magic loop when these arrive.


this is fascinating - I always knit with DPNs and had never heard of magic loop - off to try it right away!

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This was very helpful in my endeavor to learn Magic Loop! Thanks for posting, but I have to ask: will knitting in English as opposed to Continental (or vice-versa) impact the result of my project?



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Hi Sidney-

It shouldn't affect it at all!


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Maybe it just takes practice, but I find this method next to impossble when I get down to those last stitches decrease stitches in the top of a hat. Starting off from the center drives me crazy, too. I wish you, or some one else, would do a demo that starts with those few stitches you have in a flat circle.

In crochet, it's easy. You just do the other kind of magic loop. The one that allows you to start with a big loop and pull it closed once you have done a few rounds. There must be something like that for knitting. I've tried to figure it out, but end up with a tangled mess!

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