I know what stockinette stitch is. Knit one row and purl one row. I was trying the hat pattern (posted by one of the members, I can't find the link now) and it requires stockinette stitch.
I noticed that my V's are not aligned. I tried varying my tension, tried knitting loose, knitting right, but nothing seems to make a difference. The V's are unaligned is one thing and the other problem is that not all the V's are all inconsistent. One V is nice and tight and the other one is so big and has a gaping mouth. I saw a picture of an FO posted by one member and her V's are so well aligned. It looks like she drew lines and then filled in the V's all of them of the same size!
I started to make a tank top and it used stockinette stitch all along. By the time I was done with it, the whole thing was out of shape, the corners were rolled up and it stretched at one corner. I was so disappointed with it. I thought my knits and purls were not right, so I started off with a smaller and easier pattern, but looks like I can't do this either!
It hurts so much to see this How do I get consistent V's and how do I get them aligned? Can someone please tell me where I am going wrong and how can I correct it?
A depressed newbie knitter.