Great knitting is a sum of small parts, and a knitting pattern cannot always cover everything. We will be looking a variety of refinements for the detailing and finish of your pieces. We will use an easy provisional cast-on technique, work a facing, incorporate a selection of turning rows, and fuse the facing to the main fabric. Preparation will be made for a seam involving no bulk or fabric loss, make an impeccable double-knit pocket and trim it with a choice of decorative pocket tops. All of this will topped with a modified bind-off technique that improves ease and speed, and adds elasticity to the bound-off edge.
Technique Requirements: knit/purl, cast on/bind off, increase/decrease, working in the round, have knit a whole garment, basic finishing techniques
• A smooth, worsted-weight wool-rich blend yarn (approx. gauge of 4–5 sts per inch) in a light solid color. Also have 3m/yd of two contrasting colors of similar yarn on hand.
• A set of lightweight dpns suitable for your chosen yarn, plus one smaller size dpn and two larger size ones.
• usual knitting paraphernalia, including a crochet hook