Okay, I have sort of a strange dilemma. :wall:
I knitting a baby sweater (the Orphans for Orphans Sweater from the book [I]Knitting for Peace[/I]) that consists of a front and back panel that one knits in stockinette. You pick up the side/sleeves and knit out horizontally. You then sew the sleeves together. No problem with any of this.
My problem is with the collar. You’re supposed to crochet (sc) a row and reverse single crochet a row around the neck. I did the first row and the stockette front and back panels are STILL curling like mad–which looks awful.
Should I a) perhaps crochet the sc stitches from the INSIDE of the sweater rather than from the outside? Or, b) should I just give up and do a ribbing pattern or some garter stitch rows instead?