Nancy was missing a stitch in the lace section of her Etched Rio Wrap. I used the opportunity to show Nancy how to read her stitches to determine where the culprit was.
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Usually when that happens it is a missing yarnover. It was, and missing yarnovers are easy to fix.
Cindy ran into problems with her Elephants on Parade Blanket. When she saw another mistake, in addition to edges being ribbed versus moss, Cindy decided to rip back to the start of the Elephants. Discussed how to remedy it. Yarn: Rowan Softknit Cotton (Worsted: Worsted: 92% Cotton, 8% Nylon, 115 yards). Knitter know thyself.
Garter knit flat is knit every row. Garter knit in the round needs to be a round of purl followed by a round of knit (or visa versa). In order to have a smooth color transitions, it’s better to introduce the color change on a knit round. Yarn: Baby Cashmerino (Sport: 55% Wool, 33% Acrylic 12% Cashmere, 137 yards).
Jane was knitting the sixteenth square out of the eighteen squares she needs for the Building Blocks afghan she is knitting for her husband in Jade Sapphire Cashmere 8 (Aran: 100% Cashmere, 100 yards). This is going to be the most luxurious blanket.
I suspect Betty, Jane’s black lab will be coveting this blanket. She likes to set herself up properly for a cozy nap. She has her priorities. I love that the other dog is on the floor below.