Tubular cowl deconstruction. ✂️The original cowl was too heavy and bulky for my neck so I've separated it into three sections and will Kitchener stitch the sections into smaller tubes. Should make for three very comfy neck gaiters.
Read @louisetilbrookdesigns #blogpost on #kitchenerstitch and HAD TO share it with the world!!! If you are a #knitter , especially a #sockknitter , you will find this little gem quite helpful. King Philips, and his Purple Knickers! 😉😁
This is one of the first pairs of socks I ever made (last year) and I remember I had just read something about not pulling your Kitchener stitches too tight so I made sure not to. Well friends, this is what happens when you don’t pull the Kitchener stitch tight. This is my fingers poking through but my toes do the same when I wear them and I’m sure will wear out much faster than the rest of the sock. I’m going to try to unpick my woven in ends and pull the stitches tighter and possibly do some kind of mending to reenforce the toe. It’s going to be my first repair attempt ever. #kitchenerstitch#mytoespeekthrough#failedkitchener#kitchenerfail#handknitsocks#knit#knitting#knitstagram#knittersofinstagram
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to graft together 127 stitches in garter stitch. As always, should any of your stitches be split or twisted, the knitter will disavow any knowledge of these errors. This project will self-destruct in ten seconds. Good luck.