>Adding Ribbed Bands

>Today I finished the grey sleeveless pullover – it’s drying on the radiator now.

I made a video showing how I added the armhole ribbing, maybe some of you might find it useful:

I could have knitted the bands seperately then attached them using the Hague linker but I thought it would be just as easy to use the knitting machine.

I don’t like the video I made – how come I don’t see that double chin when I look in the mirror?

Talk to you later,

Susan.

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7 Responses to >Adding Ribbed Bands

  1. Laritza says:

    >Thank you! That is the way I do it because I remember my Mom doing it like that, but no one ever told me. You are so wonderful with your videos!

  2. Samantha says:

    >Hi Susan,It is always tricky to pick up the stitches around edges, truth be told I'm no good at it, I saw you do that very well.Good for you!Best wishes,Samantha

  3. Mariam says:

    >thank you for sharing us what you knowalways your videos so usefulMariam

  4. >HiSuzy, PM me at chinadoll2055@aol.com if you have a chance & I will give you another way to knit the armhole band that makes it lay a little flatter. Sometimes I do it your way, & sometimes I do it the other way. Sheryl

  5. tismeaaron says:

    >Thankyou very much Susan for this video. I had forgotten how to do this so this was very helpful. ThanksAaron

  6. Anonymous says:

    >im sure it flatten susan when its been wased i think it look fab well everything you knitt is fab.

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