I knit both of my sleeves at the same time. I did it for a couple reasons: - I changed the shape of the sleeve, and it was easier to make the adjustments toMessage 1 of 3 , Dec 18 6:35 AMView SourceI knit both of my sleeves at the same time. I did it for a couple reasons:
- I changed the shape of the sleeve, and it was easier to make the adjustments to both sleeves at the same time rather than taking notes (which I'd likely not do) and then try to reverse engineer what I did when knitting sleeve 2
- By the point I got to the sleeves things were getting monotonous, so knitting them together meant that when I cast off, I was DONE. I just couldn't imagine knitting them separately and starting a second sleeve.
If I did it over again I would definitely still knit them at the same time.
http://www.savannahchik.com/On Dec 18, 2007 9:13 AM, Jessica < j-logan@...> wrote:
Val, I'm at just the same spot in the pattern that you are! I just
finished the front last night, and was thinking that I would cast both
sleeves on together. If it makes me nuts, I'll just put one of them on
I'm sorry to hear that you are on crutches. I imagine you regard your
found Knitting time as a big silver lining!
(fascine on Ravelry)
I have just completed the front of my jumper. She has been on the
> needles for 11 months, I have been on crutches for 5 weeks and this
> has been the perfect time to finally finish her. I am about to do the
> sleeves together has anyone else done them this way?