This is a great cast-on for a closed project that’s in-the-round. A couple of ideas are a hat, the bottom of a purse or toe-up socks. Anywhere that you want stitches to come from both sides.
How to do Aggie’s Cast On
This is easiest when working on either two circulars or two DPNs. I did do it with one circular needle but it was a real pain and I don’t recommend it.
Step 1: Using a Long Tail cast on, cast on 1 more stitch than the pattern requires.
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