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Thank you so much for this article! I followed the link you had to combination knitting (which I had assumed was just sometimes using English and sometimes Continental) and discovered an answer to a question I had. I had watched my friend's mother, who is Polish, knit continental, and I couldn't figure out why her stockinette didn't result in twisted stitches. Your clear explanation leads me to conclude she was actually knitting combined.

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