I’ve only been knitting for a couple months now and I am still learning certain principles and fine tuning others.
I’ve recently stumbled upon a blog that has some really cute Amigurumi (I believe thats the term) patterns and I’ve been attempting to make a few of them. The blog says that the patterns would be easy to convert to rounds and she (he?) even suggests doing so if you’re comfortable using double point needles. I would like to convert the pattern but I’m not sure how to go about doing so. The pattern I was attempting to do is this cute Koala Baby: http://knittedtoybox.blogspot.com/2008/11/koala-baby.html
[FONT=“Arial Black”][SIZE=“5”]Here is the Body section of the pattern for example:[/SIZE][/FONT]
- Kfb along(12sts)
- kfb, k1 along (18sts)
Kfb along (36sts)
7-21. (Begin with Purl) st-st for 15 rows
- *k2tog * along (18sts)
If someone could translate the whole pattern or even just this section into rounds for me then maybe I could probably figure out how to do the rest by myself for this and future patterns. Even just the basic principle even of how to convert a pattern from rows to rounds would be appreciated. Thanks so much!