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diosaperdida
« on: November 07, 2006 04:07:44 PM »

I am making a cardigan for my 5 year old daughter. I did the body flat and the sleeves in the round on a circular/DPN combo.
The sleeve is very heavy...heavier than the entire body.
It's not a big deal, but it seems strange.
Could it be that knitting in the round uses more yarn than knitting flat?
I never really thought about it before.
And I have always done all flat, or all in the round..not a combo.
Anyone know the answer to this not earth shattering question?
Thanks for your input. It's always appreciated.


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