In today’s entry you will find:
- Little picture tutorial on how I fixed my mistake of running out of yarn.
- I love my leftover yarn!
- A shawl in the latest Rowan magazine totally got me drooling!
At first I was angry, then put aside my anger and moved on, and now I am ready to fix my mistake. In this entry I am going to show you how I did that!
First I rip out yarn from my first square untill a certain height ( I calculated that carefully). Then I wind the ripped out yarn in a centerpull ball:
I am working with Wool Silk dk from Rowan which is a 4-ply yarn. I untwist both strand in two and you can see in the photo that I have 4 strands. I diminish those 4 strands in two and then start twisting the yarn around eachother untill it is joined. Hope this makes sense! If not just look closely at the pictures, okay?
I don’t mind left over yarn at all!
Cutting it too close makes me nervous and I do not like knitting like that at all so I always try to play it safe and have lots of little leftover balls of yarn. I love them! They are so cute!
Have you seen the new Rowan magazine for Fall?
Something got me totally drooling… it’s a gorgious shawl I saw in the latest Rowan magazine…take a look yourself:
Bye for now!