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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Comments

Maureen

I like Magic Loop...but always go back to two circulars. I think it is good to have many methods, depending on your mood.

donna

Hey, I admire your patience to knit at all! I can't sit still long enough. Plus being left-handed it all seems backwards to me. ;^)

Jen

When I first started knitting socks, I used one very long circular for it. That was the way I had always knit sleeves, so I just naturally tried it with socks. I believe the way I do it is pretty much the same as magic loop. Then one day I tried it with dpns, and I found I liked it better! So now I do occassionally do the one long circ method, but I much prefer the dpns. I feel like I go quicker without having to stop and pull the loops through. But so many people who started out on dpns, swear by the magic loop now. I'm curious to hear how you like it :)

margene

We're on the same wave length again. Too much fun stuff in Blogland! I've been thinking the ML would be good for travel knitting. Just not sure I want to buy looooooong needles when I have so many DPNs.

Anne

Oh that Carole - she is SUCH a bad sock influencer. Good luck. ;)

Carole

That booklet will teach you the technique much better than I did! I may be kind but I'm not a gifted teacher. That said, if you get going on Magic Loop then we can refine your technique together at Rhinebeck. Wheeee!

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