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Thursday, February 06, 2003 As I said Tuesday, I found it easy to miscount the first row of the pattern in Sigvaldi. I've been wondering why it was so hard, since I only had to count to 7 and here's my take on it.
*The pattern is k7 in A, k1 in MC.
*The gauge I am knitting in is 4st=1"
*This creates a float almost 2 inches long
*To keep from catching every button, buckle and finger in these long floats I'm twisting the working yarn around the float in the middle
*The rhythm of K7K1K7K1 keeps getting interrupted with a twist or wrap and tangle
*I never did set up a happy way of twisting my float that let me stay in rhythm
Lesson to learn:
READ UP ON WAYS OF TWISTING THE FLOAT AROUND THE WORKING YARN.
Sounds like a nice research project.
posted by Bess | 6:22 AM