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1  Re: New Knitty's Calorimetry in Knitalongs by craft.geek on: January 25, 2007 09:35:03 PM


Here's my calorimetry.  It's actually my second, but the first one was snapped up by my sister-in-law before I could photograph it.  I used 8 ply/double knit/light worsted yarn for this one, with 4mm needles.  I cast on 132 stitches and did 13 repeats of row 5.  It seems to be a really good fit, and I like that it's not as chunky as my first one. 

But...  I need some help please.  I (tried) to use short row wraps to hide the holes.  But I don't think I'm doing it right.  So...  Is there anyone out there who can give a detailed explanation of how to deal with the wraps on the wrong side? The right side looks fine, but I'm clearly doing something wrong when I knit the wraps on the wrong side.  I purled through the back of the wrap and the front of the stitch.  Is this right?

If you can help, I will be eternally grateful.  This really has been driving me nuts!

Thanks Smiley

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