blankie wrote:Hello, Yes I was knitting in the round and I should not have been doing that. I want a blanket and I think I would have ended up with a tube (which isn't so bad either). But I took my work apart and started going from side to side. This is fun and it is going to look absolutely lovely when finished. Thanks for your help.
zhanie wrote:I use circulars for projects that don't require circulars and 4 double pointed needles for patterns that are circular. The reason I like the circulars is because I can just put my knitting down when I feel like it without losing any stitches. My experience with using circulars with patterns that require circulars is that I usually twist the pattern, or I don't buy the right length size and they are too small or too big.
blankie wrote:OHOH! my pattern was going along quite nicely when all of a sudden I realised that I had knitted a bunch of stitches in the round. I forgot to turn my needles and now my beginning is joined to the end. Does anyone know if there is a video demonstrating how to undo or put back my stitches onto my left hand needle?
I think this is a bit more complicated than transferring just knit stitches, because there is a pattern, ie yfwd, K3, Sl1k, k2tog, psso, k3,yfwd, k1. Can this be fixed? : (
m042010 wrote:i have an idea - if you want to steek the blanket open so you're now going back and forth you can do that as well. I'd do it on a swatch first to see how the yarn would react, but it works well when you want to make an opening.
blankie wrote:Hello Friendly Bernat lady,
I think I understand what you mean by tinking but I'm confused, the row I am working on (row 4) is totally knit, however the row before that (Row3) was K3, yfwd, SL1k, psso, k3, yfwd, k1, rep.
so I guess my question is do have to tink the k3, then sl1k, then psso, then yfwd, then k1 etc.
I hope this makes sense. If I just tink the stitches won't I lose the look of the pattern created in Row 3, that was on the left hand needle?
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