Just wondering...I am learning "double knit" and was thinking perhaps I could make a "double knit" twiddle muff then the inside & outside would be done @ the same time & no sewing (except for do dads)...!! what would be the cons of this?? Your advice would be greatly appreciated [in case I haven't thought this out enough] ! Thank you!
The double thickness is forwarmth as well as constrtruction to make a muff like you would a cap... so not the most practical, but that is my option and there are many knitters you can get a better opinions.
Since I knot (for security) my scrap ends, the knots are hidden when the lining is knitted as an extension of the muff. I start the muff w/ a provisional row, knit in the round, and join beginning and end w/ a Russian graft or single crochet, there's no sewing (except for doodads).
You can use a rectangle loom like a round plastic loom but rectangle.
Thank you ladies for your input! It probably is easier/quicker to just knit it 'normal' lol You KP'ers are THE BEST! thank you