No, that’s not a typo – I mean knitting!
Above is my completed, crocheted scarf… but I discovered another ball of the same yarn. So . . . . .
First, let me define some terms. I can only knit & purl, and I crochet/knit for relaxation so don’t often do anything with a pattern. Besides, with such a busy yarn a pattern’d get lost!
After I got the brown crocheted scarf long enough to finish off (see above photo), I realized I had that other ball of yarn, plus the leftover from the crocheted scarf.
So I decided to knit another scarf.
I started out trying to do 1 row knit, 1 row purl… then forgot which one I was on when I picked it up later. Now I have 2.5″ of what I’m calling the forgetful pattern… but the whole thing’s curling quite a bit, which I don’t like.
Do you think I should rip it out & start over? I’m not averse to that, and am tempted to restart with either all knit or all purl. The thing I really don’t like is that curling, which I’m not convinced can be steamed out, given it’s half cotton, half man-made. What do you think?
Yarn deets: Content: 51% cotton, 37% acrylic, 12% polyamide. Recommended needle size: 4 or 4.5 mm but I only had 5 mm.
Thank you – thank you – thank you in advance!
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