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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Cabled Calorimetry Headband w/tutorial! on: December 30, 2012 06:00:11 PM
 Huh I'm rather new at using a circular needle and I'm having some difficulties understanding the markers.  When your pattern states to remove a marker, does that mean to take it off the circular needle, or transfer it to the working needle?  In my last attempt (among many), I find that I'm not leaving any stitches unknitted, so that the width of the band is nearly equal across all stitches.  I think this is happening, because I remove the marker (Rows 4-7), add the new marker when specified, and knit (&purl) until I reach the new marker full circle...all stiches worked.  Please help!!! I do so want to make this beautiful headband. 
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