I have that same problem. It’s a tension thing. That line you see is half of a loose knit stitch.
It's not Ikea's fault. It's the KP website ad protocol.
SSP doesn’t mean slip slip purl, it means slip slip pass stitch over. It’s a decrease.
I like to listen to audiobooks while I knit. Perhaps you need a little side stimulus?
What will finishing a WIP create for you (self-satisfaction, pride, relief, generosity)? Perhaps by tapping into your “why,” you can get past your barrier.
I hope you recover from your sting quickly. That sounds painful.
I like to keep it to 3 or fewer
They still showcase your lovely work, but I totally understand your frustration.
I dunno, I think it’s cute. Maybe add the outline of rounded ears in front of the shoulders?
Beautiful work. I like the color you chose.
I live in a 1300 sq ft house. I can’t tell you how many things I “put away,” never to be seen again. How can something as large as motorcycle saddle bag liners disappear? It’s been 5 years and they still haven’t appeared. I have a Black Hole in a closet, I just know it.
wow - this looks fantastic
love your choice of colours
the border is absolutely beautiful
very impressive work
Thank you! It was really fun, and now I'm glad I'm complete. :)
Ready to start the Cascade Diagonal KAL in September.
I also have four more blocks on a monotone Aran afghan sampler for my daughter.
I'm into sampler afghans, apparently. :)
I absolutely love the rich jewel tones you used. And your preferred assembly order looks great to me!
I just finished assembling a sampler with the i-cord join and it worked great. I had to pick up stitches, which was okay not great. I saw a join on here the other day (I think that conversation was already mentioned here) that showed what looks like an i-cord join but working with finished edges.
That would get my vote.
I don’t think this is the same. The video requires active stitches whereas the photo by the OP shows completed edges