Monday, February 12, 2007


oh i have a wonderful seamless hybrid ready. all it need is to be seamed. why is it impossible for me wh0 actually knows quite a few tricks of the trade to be able to graft. is it the lack of daylight in scandinavia, the lack of readers or is it just me being not too clever.


  • Maybe you can get those natural light light bulbs! They really, really help me!

    By Anonymous Nancy, at 3:47 PM  

  • If it's a confusion about the actual technique that's messing things up, there's a great Knitty article with photos at http://www.knitty.com/issuesummer04/FEATtheresasum04.html. I look at it every time I set out to graft something.

    By Blogger Nikki, at 4:07 PM  

  • I find that illustrations of grafting are impossible for me to follow, but the text-only directions at the back of Last Minute Knitted Gifts make it almost easy.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:51 PM  

  • thanks for the help. it is all useful. looked at knitty and then in my danish books and then again in interweave knits and then it finally made sense. i am a first timer and it will get better in time, tension wise, but i am about to finish the sweater which is great.

    By Blogger knititch, at 8:47 AM  

  • This is the demo (with pictures) that made the light bulb click on for me, maybe it will help you...

    Good luck!

    By Blogger Bliss, at 10:50 AM  

  • I use the instructions in Knitter's Almanac - the drawing makes them easy to follow. Otherwise, I'm in Copenhagen too, so if you want to we can meet up and I'll show you :)

    By Anonymous Anja, at 9:12 AM  

  • thanks for all the lovely advice. i managed to do it. i think i need the natural light bulbs. it will help. and thank you anja. maybe it would be fun with a real life knit along sometime...

    By Blogger knititch, at 4:15 PM  

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