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« Reply #470 on: April 02, 2008 12:56:53 PM »

superstitch thank you, thank you.....I thought I was going crazy...this is how I knit...I join the st on circular and I am used to consider the marker that marks the begining of the row as the middle of  the back..I don,t know why I like it that way...I am not brilliant  Roll Eyes, but tonight I felt really stupid... Shocked

Yes I made it in three days you can hate me  Grin..because I knit with some acrilyc just a litlle bit thinner than dk and with 3.25 mm needles and I am pregnant and staying at home and I KNITT ALL DAY LONG!
 
 Thank you again now I know how to do the math!
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« Reply #471 on: April 02, 2008 03:41:12 PM »

hmm what american size are 3.25's... i cant think of it now, i think my (american) 3's are 2.75 mm so i dont have to hate you quite as much... Smiley
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