yay I’m first!!! :cheering:
I want to pose my double knitting question again from this thread… and thanks to KK for being the only person to answer (I thought more of ya’ll liked me than that but whatever! ).
The edited version is I want to make a baby afghan with a garter stitch border, and double knit in the center (with solid stockinette on once side and basket weave on the other), and I wanted to know if this would work, since the pieces wouldn’t be connected–and I thought about tieing it, like a quilt, to keep them together. KK’s suggestion was to increase every other stitch in the CC (the basket weave color) in the row before I want the double knit to start… Now I understand how to do this in theory… buuuuuutttttttttt I’m a bit nervous.
And, so once I got my doble knitting set up, I just work the MC stitches and patters on one side (for me it’s my WS), slipping the CC stitches, and on the turn (RS) I slip the MC stitches and work the CC stitches/pattern only… right?
I tried a few times, but I feel like I’m kind of patting my head and rubbing my stomach at the same time but my arms are disconected from my body (no this is not some hallucinogenic-induced psychosis)