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Once you've learned how to make a slipknot, you're ready to form your first row of knitting stitches, a concept called "casting on". Long tail cast-ons are good for making ends of knitting pieces that aren't too stretchy or too tight, which is good for pieces whose shape is important, like dishcloths or plushes.
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My grammy taught me how to knit, but I could never remember how to cast on!! Thanks!
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