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Post  Teabag on Wed Oct 01, 2008 8:51 pm

I have my double bed knitting machine all set up. Yesterday oldgummy and I went through via the telephone and managed to figure out that to do rib, you move the top bed carriage across and then the bottom carriage. And repeat. I made a lovely sample. The carriages are not connected/joined together in anyway. What i didn't like though was the cast on method described in the instruction book. Its called bound off cast on. Is there another way to cast on??? Embarassed
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