Girls ! Please HELP !
I would LOVE to know if it is possible to do a kitchner seaming, but with the odd purl stitch in the row (ie not all knit stitches).
I am attempting to do a wicked cool 16-st cable pattern down the front & back centre of a pair of soakers (pure wool cloth diaper covers) for my wee 6 mth old girl, but I cannot start the soakers until I know that when the cable pattern meets up at the point where I would normally kitchner the front and back (at the crotch, very visible, right up front !), that I will still be able to do an invisible join (ie by kitchnering not just knit stitches, but a few purls, too).
I would, of course, work it out so that the row I do the kitchner for would only have knit and purl stitches (no cabling !), but there is no avoiding purl stitches at any point in the 20-row repeated pattern, so…
YOu can see I’m well and good in a jam here, right ?
Any pro knitters out there who can help me ???
Thank you soooooo much for your speedy responses - I am a SAHM to my 2 rambunctious girls and have so little time for knitting these days - your help would be so appreciated !
Mama Emma in Montréal