I am knitting an afghan for my grandson in stockinette stitch. I have found slipping the first stitch on every roll eliminates the roll. Hope this helps.
I always just automatically use a size larger needle.
I am interested if started in January also. Thank you.
Could you possibly give me an idea as to what size this might be knitted for plz? I'd love to knit this for my grandson if it would fit him. Thank you.
I love 9" circa, but have to use DPNs to get started then switch over. I make toe-up socks with them.
I've only had this happen once in a year and a half. Don't give up.
Wow, that's awesome. Great job! Congrats
We call it adding character to our knitting instead of mistakes or errors.
I love it, I've had mine for about two weeks and I think they're great. The tips are just as sharp as lace needles and the yarn slides just right, not too slippery and doesn't over grip.
B. - I always pick a pattern and then find a yarn to go with the pattern.
Intarsia and fair isle, I want so much to learn these, but just the thought scares me.
I use Addi Bamboo needles or Hiya Hiya needles. Pricy yes, but I will never need to buy another set. Just look at it as a once in a lifetime investment, in the long run they definitely make it worth the money spent.
I prefer my Addi's, but I have several other bamboo and wood. I really think Clover brand is the best buy price wise. I don't like the metal or plastic circs because I end up dropping stitches. But if you do try the Clover brand try the bamboo and before you start soak the cable pat in hot water to relax the cable, it will make them so much easier to use. Also bamboo tends to be warmer to use, not cold like metal. Just my opinion. Good luck. Oh, by the way, since I discovered bamboo circs I never use anything else.