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Funny thing. I "pick up and knit" exactly the same way you do, but I had to read your instructions twice. I would have described it completely differently.
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Thanks so much for the tutorial. I don't particularly like picking up stitches OR picking-up-and-knitting stitches because I always seem to go at it willy-nilly. It leads to interesting results at times.
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Step 5. I find the first loop of the source bind off, and choose the inner leg. I know that right about now some of you lost your everloving minds. You are coming unglued because you've always been taught that you should pick up both legs, because the work is allegedly stronger. Well... I know no master and this works better for me. In my experience, picking up both legs isn't any stronger. Most knitting is one single strand of yarn carried through another single strand, and I don't see any reason to change here, and picking up both strands creates a large ridge on the other side of the work that I don't care for, especially in a project like a blanket. Not doing it, and it works just fine.
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