Inside Out

My major accomplishment while knitting the Bee Stripe Sweater (name is my own; the pattern is the Child's Placket Neck Pullover Pattern from Last-Minute Knitted Gifts) was to fine-tune my ability to carry the unused yarn up behind the working yarn. Thus, there are no ends to weave. As the sleeves progressed, the jogs between rows became less and less wonky, and the stripes transitioned effortlessly from sage to yellow and back again.

Shireen asked to see the wrong side of a sleeve.

Here you go:


How neat! I can't wait to see it finished.

thank you! it looks great. i have a baby sweater near completion that i can't stand to look at because of all the ends to weave in. your method is far superior.

It's always good when a plan actually works!

Oh that looks great!

That is so cool!


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