At the moment I am knitting a top, and there is k2tog,yo and there is yo, SSK.
/o and o\
My question is.. why are the holes different in size??? I am not able to make them identical in size..
Is there a smart way to do the yo's??
I don't know if it's of any comfort, but mine aren't exactly the same size, either, when I have a design like that. There's not a huge difference, but there is a difference all the same. It probably has to do with how far the yarn is travelling.
Thanks Ingrid, it was a quite comforting answer.
The yarn travelling.. I make the yo's as if to purl, maybe it could helf if I yo-ed the yarn as to knit?
It might be worth playing with.
It could also possible be the tention of your knitting, you may not be keeping the same tention and that will make a difference.
it might also be the tension of the stitches on either SIDE of the yoI noticed that my yo are bigger on one end of the knitted row than the otherand I know my Tension is tighter on the far end of the rown than the begginingmakes NO sense to mebut thats how it turns out