When the pattern calls for K1, S1, K2Tog, PSSO....may I recommend that you do NOT K1, K2Tog, PSSO?
Because that is what I did last night. And as soon as I PSSO'd I knew I made a mistake. Oh. And in case you were wondering this is row 5 of the edge. The same row that I messed up on last week. However, this time I caught the mistake (thank you stitch markers!) and was able to get it fixed this morning, and I am now 5 rows away from completion. And 1 of those rows is purling and three are knitting only. SO. I think it's safe to say, I will be done with this edge tonight and then all I will have to do is learn how to sew them to the blanket.
|I love this pink color!|
Anyone doing anything fun for the 4th of July holiday? I will be going to Cape Cod, and I plan on bringing some knitting with me. I started a dish cloth last night using Lily Sugar 'n Creme cotton yarn is hot pink. It's my first time knitting with cotton, and it's a little tough on my hands...I'm not knitting tight, but the lack of elasticity in it is interesting. I'm knitting the Chinese Wave pattern, and it's pretty mindless - just knitting and slipping. So, perfect beach knitting!