Does anyone have a tip or trick of a good way to join the
cast-on ends of circular knitting without the stitches twisting?
I'm hoping it's not already too late, but I'm considering giving everyone on my Christmas List a hat knitted by me. I have ten people on my list and they could all receive the same hat or I could challenge myself and make ten different hats. I don't want any fights on Christmas morning on who got the better hat.
I'm trying to block the back piece of a sweater. It's a 100% wool yarn. After soaking it in lukewarm soapy water, rinsing, and squeezing as much water out of it, I lay it out on a towel.
She's a 10 week old mini-labradoodle. She won't get too much bigger.
I can't seem to figure out how to do this:
I just noticed that one of the advertisements on this blog is for "knitting cruises." Has anyone been on one of these?
Why does stockinette stitch curl? And what can I change
to maybe minimize the curl?
I've seen some stockinette stitch pieces that just seem to
lay perfectly flat. Mine curl immediately.