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I know there are many ways to do this. Once when I was over at a friends, a Chinese girl was there knitting. She cast on in a new way. She had a length of yarn dangling and she cast on quickly a small length of tight stitches, and then pulled the yarn from under the stitches for a neat cast on. Anyone know this?
 

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I know there are many ways to do this. Once when I was over at a friends, a Chinese girl was there knitting. She cast on in a new way. She had a length of yarn dangling and she cast on quickly a small length of tight stitches, and then pulled the yarn from under the stitches for a neat cast on. Anyone know this?
This sounds like a looped cast-on. I, too, would be interested to learn what she did. And you are correct, there are umpteen cast-on methods. Google cast-on and see what pops up on youtube.

Happy hunting and happy knitting. :)
 
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