Can send it to me if you don’t want it. I like it.
Great sweater, good job, looks great on you.
Or it could end up a lovely colorful scarf to keep someone warm. YAY
I have found that although I have taught myself magic loop and use it at times that I much prefer dpns. I am making little mittens and I am a slow knitter but I can make a mitten faster on the dpns. Also made socks for Christmas present and found those were much easier on dpns than magic loop. So stick with dpns if that works for you.
Try “hat with brim” on Ravelry. The only one I see is called “brimming”.
Not sure but with the equal sign it means to work 50 rows stockinette stitch and the last row decrease 32 stitches
Nice stitch. Too bad it wasn’t found in English.
Congratulations! Hope you continue getting ahead.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to one and all!
Lovely work. Will be really worn.
It has been awhile that I made socks. Always did them on dpn. Decided to do a pair for someone for Christmas and since I know how to do magic loop I decided to do 2ATT magic loop which for me turned into a disaster. Kept making mistakes, hated making toe up as I have a problem with long tail cast on. I use knit cast on. Kept dropping stitches and all in all had a devil of a time. Frogged it all more than once won’t say how many. Switched to dpn and am now happily knitting toe up but still am not happy with cast on of toe up, even tried Staci Perry’s provisional cast on and not too happy with that. I never disliked dpn so I guess thst is part of the reason I am ok with them. So after all this my vote is for dpn.
Gallatin Scarf. On Ravelry. Free. Just as Chasing Rainbow suggested.
Adorable! One of these days I’ve got to try these.