I am pleased that you are happy with the stitch. I will put a picture on for you. When it came to decreasing I knitted 1 st and then knitted 2tog on the first row to lose the extra stitch and it looks fine to me. KI will put a picture on for you to see it. I love your pattern and I am now knitting another one.
Hi Wendy, thanks for your kind comments on my squares. You are right, stitches included in the batch are, moss, slip stitch, oblique rib, honeycomb slip stitch, double Andalusian, waffle, block stitch, Zanny's and 4 row rib.
Yes Wendy is is more economical. Because it is hard to close the bag I put in some Wool-Girl books which weigh 130g each and that takes advantage of the cheaper rate after 2kg. I might try 3kg next time or 3.5kg!! :)
Thanks a million. Your positive feedback is greatly appreciated. Love your sweaters (especially the ribbed ones) and your checker board blanket designs. I like the flowers you've placed on some of your squares. That's one of things that I need to learn is how to make flowers and more decorative garment edgings. Happy knitting. Alicia
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