OK, I’ve got my stitches cast on, and, I figured out where to begin my first stitch. I’ve knitted one and a third rounds, so far, using bamboo needles, and big, fat, green yarn.
one sock on 4 dpns
Silver says: When knitting the first stitch on a needle, be sure to pull your stitch tight to minimize any gaps between the needles.
I’m trying to do that.
Moving to the next needle.
This is where I abandon the other needles, and let them just hang underneath, and concentrate only on the 2 dpns I’m using right now.
I find it easiest if the next needle’s tip rests on top of the last needle, then I bring my working needle up from under the last needle.
I’m just knitting. bring my working needle…well, that’s the one with the source yarn dangling from it…bring it up under the last needle…ok, I get it…not real different from knitting with 2 needles.
Will post more later, as I get along.:knitting:
I’m not knitting as fast as this gif is, but, that’s not real life anywayz.
She isn’t knitting sox,either…she’s knitting a happy face…