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cast on be still long enough to be
either sewn in (when a few rows are
knitted) or to be blended with wool from
ball so as to be knitted into the 2nd
row as though both were 1 strand.
2nd Row. Take the needle with cast
on stretches in L.Hand, & empty needle
in R.Hand: ^ -slack on near side of row. Pass the R.H.N. as in fig.
4. & slip the R.H. stitch off the L.H.
needle, retaining it on R. This is
called "Slipping parlways" & the object
is to give a chain edge to a scarf etc.
But if this is not required, then treat
the 1st stitch of each successive row
as the 2nd & all other stitches, viz:
knit them as follows:-
(fig s 5.) Next pass the slack across
the work between the 2 needles to the
off, or far side or back. ^(fig 6.) If a chain edge
is not wanted, knit the 1st stitches
of each row as the 2nd & all others
viz:-

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