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Starting over...UGH!

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Hi Everyone:
Well, after knitting about three rows using my circular needle on a baby's blanket (Red Heart) Baby Cloud, blue, I decided to rip it out because as you can see in the picture it was tangled somehow I there was no way to fix it. This is for a newborn baby should I cast off with 100 stitches? I'm thinking that would be good enough...also want to know where I could get appliques with initials on them, I want to have them on alphabe building blocks and sew them on one corner of blanket the baby's initials are AJ and that is what we all call him, he is olur church members little baby..


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I like using circulars for any knitting project that has more than 100 stitches cast on even for a flat project. I do not have to worry that the stitches will fall off when I turn or put it down. Try again and see if it will not go right.
I have pulled projects apart simply because I do not like how they are working up; starting again is a good idea. Your yarn might be difficult to use but persevere. The results will be worth it!
Yes, but do you think we would do it another way the second time? Or just replay the first????
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