:?? [color=green] I have made a couple of things lately, namely a sweater and a pair of bootie socks, wherein I knitted ribbing which was then folded over to the back side and stitched down. I love this look and feel, but am concerned about keeping maximum stretchiness.
I haven’t run across directions for this in the myriad of books I have read now on knitting…I need to know how to anchor the rollover without just leaving a big loose bit of yarn between each stitch. Should I take two or three stitches in the same place before going to the next stitch, leaving it kindof loose between each anchor spot?
Here are the sockies; I am having trouble getting one of them on my foot. I’d like to learn more about this before I take out the hem and try again.
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