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« Reply #140 on: March 09, 2007 09:16:31 AM »

I started another thread with my Accidentally on Purpose, not realising this great thread was in existence! Now I just want to put mine on with all these fab versions..

Mine also came out bigger than I'd like - if I could be bothered I'd redo it in the small size, but it was a bit of a boring knit....
« Reply #141 on: March 14, 2007 03:25:44 PM »

The only thing holding me back from making this is the curled up bottom.  I HATE curled up bottoms, and I end up fidgeting with them constantly to try to flatten them.

I know that a dropped stitch is going to ladder through to the end, regardless of stitch pattern, so is there any way to add a small band of rib or seed stitch at the bottom of this so that it lays flat?  Is there some kind of stitch that will road-block the ladder, so to speak?

Alternatively, if the ladder did plow right through rib or seed stitch at the bottom, it would still lay flatter than stockinette, right?
« Reply #142 on: April 13, 2007 07:23:45 PM »

i've never seen so many sweaters in a knit-a-long all turn out so cute and fit so well on their wearers!  it makes me think even MINE would turn out alright if i tried it.  perhaps i will...
shes crafty
« Reply #143 on: May 27, 2009 10:58:00 PM »

Hello everyone!  I've been working on this project for foreeeeeevvvver.  Put it down for a really long time, frogged one side once, blah, blah, blah.

And now, I find myself at a crossroads.  And I've read thru the entire blog and didn't see anything concerning this, so maybe I screwed up?

I have knitted the front side, ended on the RS, then following the instructions for binding off, knit 26, put them on a stitch holder and bound off the rest.

Now it says to "transfer holder sts to needle and work as for right side, connecting yarn at neck edge and beg with a WS (p) row, reversing shaping."

Uh, problem is, my yarn is at the opposite end.  How the @#$! do I get it back to finish.  I was so proud for a minute, getting thru the binding...


« Reply #144 on: March 19, 2011 07:01:11 PM »

Hi All-I've been working on this vest for five years- and thanks to this thread, I finally finished the front side a couple of hours ago!!! Thank you so much!!

She's Crafty, I wish I could rember what I did at the section you are at now, so I could help, but that was probably two years ago!

After seeing how great all of the other vests turned out, I can't wait to finish the back.

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