Is it always the case that knitting in the round in all garter stitches will automatically produce a piece of fabric in stockinette, even without purling a single stitch?
I’ve just done a test swatch in Lion Brand Homespun yarn with all garter stitches, and the result looks just like that…all garter stitches, no resemblance to stockinette whatsoever. This will be fine for the project I’m doing, but I’m curious because I had always heard that circular needles will just magically produce stockinette.
Homespun is a wavy, bumpy textured yarn to begin with, so could that be a factor?
Thanks for any insight!