I’m thinking of joining the ranks of the TKGA Master Knitter Program. Just the thought of it has made me look more critically at my own knitting. I consider myself more of an advanced beginniner, althought I’ve tried and have been successful in many different techniques such as fair isle, cabling, short row shaping, etc.
I’ve really been hating my stockinette stitch. I get these horizontal bands going on every once in a while. I knit continentally, do you think it has to do with uneven tension with knitting a purling? Is this something that is fixable with techniques? Any suggestions would be helpful. I’d like to get a nice, even stockinette stitch. I can’t say mine looks horrible, but I can’t say I’m happy with it either, lol. Thanks in advance!