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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Casting On and the first row. on: August 30, 2009 01:29:06 PM
Hello there,

I'm trying to teach myself to knit (I'm coming from a crochet background) and I have a couple of books, but sadly, not an experienced knitter at my side. I did a double cast on and proceeded to knit (English-style) but got stymied when I came to the initial slip knot. How do I treat it? Do I knit it or simply push it over to the right needle, and go forth and knit row 2 (I'm working on getting comfortable with the garter stitch)?
Either my books aren't telling me or I'm a wee dense due to the ungodly hour I arose at  Cheesy

Any help would be most appreciated. People here are an inspiration!
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