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21  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Knitting Knewbie needs help!! on: April 28, 2005 05:05:49 PM
Ok, so I'm about halfway through my first scarf. I go back to my S&B book to check and make sure that I am doing it right, but then I realize that after pushing my needle through, I wrap the yarn clockwise instead of counterclockwise! Is this going to be detrimental to my scarf when it comes time to bind it off? So far I've had no problems with it...but maybe it's going to become evil when I finish it, and be like "haha, you didn't wrap counterclockwise, so I'm going to unravel now and make you cry!"

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