I have begun a lapghan for my aunt and uncle. The right side looks great, and I am in love with it. However I’m not sure if I’m doing something wrong or not, as I have never seen anything but the right side of a log cabin blanket.
I have picked up the stitches and knit, BO, and so on. But on the wrong side of the blanket, there is a ridge where I’ve picked up the stitches. Is this a necessary thing. Will it always do that. Because I hate the wrong side. It looks sloppy :verysad: I want to put a backing on the blanket so you can’t see it. But I’m not sure how.
Can someone tell me if there is always a ridge when you pick up stitches? the only other time I did it was on a purse in the round and there was no ridge, but I was picking up on a flat bottom, then knitting into a round, with the same skein.
(hope this makes sense)