Belated Nalbinding TipTuesday - the bumps on the back of your stitches will even out as you work more rows.
Mittens completed last night. Ready for the Nordic Butik at Sangerfest.
Rådmansö Stitch Trouble Shooting for #Nalbinding #TipTuesday - One of the stitches I personally want to use more in my work is the Rådmansö Stitch. It’s quite different from the stitches I’ve often used. You pick up 3 behind the thumb, twist and wrap the working yarn around your needle and pull the needle through. … Continue reading Tip Tuesday: Radmanso Stitch Trouble Shooting
FO Friday! I got the prize scarf done for the SRF Small Projects Challenge. (And had to tuck a little succulent into the picture because it just went with the scarf so well!)
Nalbinding TipTuesday - confused about which loop is which? Pull lightly on the working thread, the one that tightens is the last one created. (If you’re working on your thumb - for most stitches this loop will go on your thumb. If you need more than one loop on your thumb, you can pull the … Continue reading Tip Tuesday: Loop Confusion
TipTuesday Nalbinding edition - direction of most stretch is usually perpendicular to the rows. Update: All the stitches I use stretch that way. I think coptic stitch is one of the odd ones that doesn’t.
Nalbinding TipTuesday: Shrinkage is greatest in the width wise direction (across your rows). (Fulling is felting down a piece of fabric) The two bags were same size and of the same type of yarn. The green one barely shrunk in the vertical direction, but almost halved horizontally/ width wise. *Shrinkage varies from yarn to yarn.
Nalbinding TipTuesday: Stacking the needle - fold most of your yarn, put the folded part through the needle.
Nalbinding TipTuesday: To tighten previous stitch - pull the top of the current stitch.
Nalbinding TipTuesday: To take out a stitch - pull the bottom of the stitch.