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An Unvention

I have been experimenting with square armholes lately. I wanted to find a way to knit a sweater in the round, with steeks which would have fitted shoulders rather than dropped shoulders.

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Thank you, Gentlemen,

for all these wonderful suggestions and sage advice- you never fail me!

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Music to knit by

Can someone suggest something fairly quiet, possibly baroque or classical, and preferably long, that I can be playing in the background as I knit?

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Knitting Tutorial Videos

I'm interested in getting a comprehensive knitting video set. Any suggestions? Thanks, guys.

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Short rows

When using short rows I end up with small holes at the point where I wrap and turn. These holes almost look like yarn over holes. Is there any way to do short rows without these little holes?

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Wool moths

The other night at work I was contemplating wool moths (yeah, I know).

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Hemmed neck help needed

I am trying to decipher this from Knitting in the Old Way: "Pick up stitches around the shaped neck...double the desired depth, fold the band in half to the inside, and work the neck stitches off one

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This just in.....

Arrived today from Scotland, this is Donnegal Silk Tweed yarn in Cobalt from the New Lanark yarn mill that Britisher posted about some time ago.

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Shaped Steeks

Has anyone done a sweater using shaped steeks as described in the book Knitting in the Old Way? I wonder whether the sleeves would hang correctly and if there would be excess fabric under the arms?

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