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I second that. It sounds like a tension problem. Starting row should be REALLY loose.

She might also check to make sure she's doing her turning chains correctly. If she doesn't get enough height on the turning chain, it will cause a sideways bend (though this would tend to cancel out by the turning chain on the other side - unless she's doing a different stitch on the front than on the back).
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