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Chinese Waitress Cast On
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Jan 5, 2013 19:20:03   #
Ellemck
 
I must try this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuTPAB7-Zao&feature=em-uploademail
 
Jan 5, 2013 20:47:11   #
no1girl (a regular here)
 
seems a lot of work to me........... I will stick to my tried and true. (forget it's name) LOL
Jan 5, 2013 20:49:21   #
irishsmitty
 
interesting
Jan 6, 2013 01:51:34   #
janie48
 
very interesting, and I think this is something I could do.
Jan 6, 2013 07:22:20   #
Granalou
 
Watched it and found it very interesting. As she said a little fiddly but a very neat edge. I'm definitely going to try it.
Jan 6, 2013 07:49:21   #
Mungie
 


Interesting. Will have to try it. I wonder if it is stretchy?
 
Jan 6, 2013 08:14:21   #
his_rascal
 
That does look very interesting! I'd take me a while to get on to it but I think I would like to try. Thanks for sharing :)
Jan 6, 2013 08:29:55   #
mairmie
 
Too much work before even beginning to knit..will continue with cable cast on. However it`s always nice to see and learn new things......
Jan 6, 2013 08:59:33   #
nanciann
 
This is a great one to know and definitely has a place with certain items that I knit. Thank you.
Jan 6, 2013 09:06:17   #
hatlady
 
I wonder how on earth someone came up with this to begin with.
Jan 6, 2013 09:23:11   #
Marylou12 (a regular here)
 
Too much darn work for me just to start. What are the advantages of this cast on over any others?
 
Jan 6, 2013 09:33:53   #
LadyRN49
 
Like the looks of this. Always ready to learn something new.
Jan 6, 2013 10:01:57   #
momanna
 
If I'm going to cast on over 100 stitches for something, no way would I use this method. However, for a few stitches, say in Barbie clothing, it would be fine. Thanks for sharing.
Jan 6, 2013 10:14:43   #
TerryKnits
 
This looks interesting. I have a love/hate relationship with the long tail cast on (love the way it looks, hate doing it), and to me the knit on and cable cast ons are always too tight.

I want to give the Chinese Waitress Cast on a try and see if I like it any better.
Jan 6, 2013 10:25:31   #
nemcfo
 
cakes wrote:
seems a lot of work to me........... I will stick to my tried and true. (forget it's name) LOL




:thumbup: long tail co for me!
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