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1   / KNITTING / Re: KNITTING FAQ - READ BEFORE POSTING (updated 12-1-07) on: January 24, 2011 12:54:53 PM
Hello all!  Thanks for compiling the list of how-to-videos and links.  I still have a question about purling, more specifically in the stockinette k1p1 stitch. 

I have watched many videos, and read different directions of different approaches to purling.  It looks like I am doing it correctly, but every time I do either an entire row in purl, or k1p1, I don't see any difference in the finished product than if I simply did a garter stitch.  I am wondering if there is a common error in purling, or something to avoid, or remember to do. 
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