A simple mathematical conclusion.

a new needle 4 mm arrived, to continue Tangled Vines cardigan with.

PLUS

still waiting for the purple(green) handspun to dry and start Flinders Vest with it.

EQUALS

casting on Flinders Vest with Wolop Grey on said needle 4 mm:

and I’m already down to the underbust decreases!

The pattern is a tiny bit difficult to follow because it doesn’t explicitly say when to join the back to the fronts and it also increases a bit fast to my taste at the vertical arm hole edges. Thirdly, some increases right at the bind off for the neck edge feel counter intuitive since they happen at one raglan but not the other. I just trusted the pattern and thought that I could always fudge a stitch +/- if I felt it would be needed.

With any stretch of knitting of more than a handful of stitches making one stitch more or less isn’t going to be a problem. Knitting is approximate.

Soon I’ll be breaking the yarn and add the ribbing at the neck and arm holes first, before knitting downwards again to the hem.

There will be a few stripes in blue at the hip line, I expect. That blue Wolop roving has been spun already. It’s Leicester, which is a breed akin to Blue Faced Leicester, and it spun up so fast! Nice long staple and soft. 10/10, will spin again.


The twist hasn’t been set yet. 193 meters, 100 grams, same weight as the Wolop Grey (sport/worsted)

 

“the twist hasn’t been set”…. I better do that right away, otherwise it may not be dry before I need it.

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