Okay here’s the situation: I want to make a circular scarf with 63 stitches on dpns. Also I want to do the provisional cast on so that I can later use the kitchener stitch to graft the cast on edge together. Also I plan to use the 3-needle bindoff.
[ul]1. Is it possible to do the kitchener stitch and the 3 needle bindoff with an uneven number of stitches? All the examples I’ve seen so far for both stitches indicate the stitches be divided equally onto 2 needles, which is not possible for 63 stitches.
[ul]2. Also is it even possible to do a provisional caston with dpns?
[ul]3. Since Amy’s example of provisional cast on twists every other stitch and should be knitted tbl, how will this affect the kitchener stitch I want to use on the cast on edge?
Thanks for your help. One of these days, I might even learn enough to answer some questions for members of this website. Already I have found the information here to be invaluable.
P.S. If these questions have already been answered, just point me to the right place.