Saturday, March 12, 2011


Thanks to Michelle's comment on my last blog post, I was able to finish my scarf without any real frogging! She suggested using a bindoff that use the existing knitting loops. So I just undid the bindoff row (as far as I'd gotten) and put the working stitches on a circular needle. Starting from the non-working yarn end, I used a crochet hook to pull the stitches through (left stitch through right stitch) one at a time to the end. Although a little tighter than a normal bindoff, it worked perfectly. It just looks a little different. After some blocking and a little sunlight, pictures of the finished object. The yarn is Tahki Yarns Tango Wool Blend.

1 comment:

Michelle said...

Looks good and much easier that pulling back several rows! :-)