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I usually knit until the size i want..then divide the stitches by the largest number you can get..place markers between the stitch number you came out to..do this on a knit row before decreasing so you can be prepared for the following row.once you reach the markers k2tog and knit till marker and repeat around...

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pull about 2 inches of thread from the needle and bobbin and hold them tightly toward the back of the machine when you start to stitch. continue holding them until the fabric is stitched beyond the edge of the presser plate and the hole is no longer visible.

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are you using a ball point needle sewing knit or stretch?

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