(Anyone a Last of the Summer Wine fan?)
I wound a bunch of yarn into balls.
I discovered I can use a bunch of the colors I used for Oregon last winter, so I dug them out and put them in the box. So I’ve got a bit extra on some.
Lucy watched with interest.
And then she offered to act as spokesmodel to show off my progress on the ribbing.
Yes, it’s the dreaded corrugated ribbing, that takes forever to knit. 29 rounds of it.
By the way, Ginny, I did the longtail cast-on, which is what I always do for fair isles. I’ve never had any problem with the ribbing curling. Try steaming your ribbing and see if that fixes it.
Anyone else have any suggestions for curly corrugated ribbing?
Thanks for your comments on Max. In answer to Melissa’s question, I didn’t slip the first stitch — just worked it in the pattern.