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So, knitterly types, what would you do with a single skein of Manos del Uruguay Wool Classico? It's a fabulously silvery grey, like moonlight and shadows.
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So here's the trouble... this ugly yellow sweater was once the beginnings of an ugly yellow lace scarf. A scarf that sat for years before I had the balls to finally frog it. So I started knitting this sweater and it was kinda wonky... the stitches were uneven and ugly and I thought it was because I was knitting tiny sock yarn on size 6 needles and I was just doing so in clumsy uneven fashion. Well I've knit a lot more of it now and the top part is all even and pretty (as pretty as it can be) and the bottom is all twisty and ugly and I realize now that it's because the bottom yarn is the stuff that used to be a scarf.
So this is where I need opinions... do you guys think that the ugly can be blocked out of the bottom? or should I just suck it up and frog this again and cut out the stuff that used to be a scarf? The yarn is sock ease 75% wool 25% nylon.
Thanks in advance!
Hopefully he will not ruin it any time soon.
I am trying to knit this ---->http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hermione-hearts-ron
The Hermione Hearts Ron hat off of Ravelry. Now the pattern calls for DPNS size 3. I'm using DPNS 3 but stitches keep falling off the ends frustrating me. I'm looking into the Needle Point Protectors but I was wondering what would be the damage if I switched to circular 8's? I know this is a sizable jump but I do not have any circular 3's and honestly have no desire to spend the money on some for one project. I don't know how many 3 projects I'm going to feel like completing after this one.
Would I have to change the pattern around completely because of gauge? I'll still have the same number of stitches ect so I don't know if it will work.
Can anyone help me? Would it completely mess the hat up to knit with bigger needles and the same number of stitches or should I just invest in the Needle Point Protectors?
Any input is greatly appreciated. Thank you.