A while back, I blogged about my first two (2) colour work snood, which was "almost finished." The "almost" was due to not having yet figured out how I was going to sew the two ends together.
The pattern called for "provisional cast on" something I had never done before. Once I figured it out, the knitting took off. Now came the time to sew the two end together. Not knowing how to tackle that just yet, I did what any sane person would do, I put it out of my sight! lol
Well, it started to nag at me. I had decided a while back that I would use the Kitchener Stitch to sew the two ends together. As I took the "provisional cast on" off, I had a difficult time figuring out if I was picking up a stitch or not. So I put it aside, yet again.
Tired of the nagging, I picked it up today and decided I was going to tackle it. Voila! A finish
For those interested, the pattern is called Foula Snood by Donna Smith and is from the Shetland Woolweek Annual 2018 book.
I am planning on knitting another colour work snood, if you have any tips, by all means do share. I have so much to learn.
Thanks for stopping by. Cheers!
That is beautiful work and I don't think anyone would notice if you hadn't mentioned it.
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