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yeap, a left over you don't care about. it being a smooth material helps, like cotton left over from dish rags, or wool that's smooth, it's easier to take out that way. if you're just holding stitches it doesn't really matter, but if you're doing certain types of cast ons a smooth yarn is helpful
 

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Originally Posted by JessicaRenee View Post
On some projects it's better/easier to use waste yarn because it's more flexible than a stitch holder.
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Also, sometimes you might be asked to knit or otherwise manipulate the waste yarn-- like on a provisional cast on.
 
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