Kerri (solan_t) wrote,
Kerri
solan_t

So, those pictures I kept promising.

First, a really bad picture of the two before blocking. The left-hand-fed one is on the left and the right-hand-fed one is on the right




Then, both after blocking. Notice that they don't both fit at the same time, anymore.



Here's the left-hand-fed one alone



And the right-hand-fed one alone




Blocking made the right-hand-fed one almost as big as the left-hand-fed one started out!

I need to figure out the best way to sew the edges together. But it may just be that the seem will always be noticeable.



The instructions are as follows:

Round Dish Cloth: 5-8 needles

Cast on 15 stitches
Row 1 - K
Row 2 - K3 - YO - K11 - 1 st left of needle - turn
Row 3 - K
Row 4 - K3 - YO - K11 - 2 st left of needle - turn
Row 5 - K
Row 6 - K3 - YO - K11 - 3 st left of needle - turn
Row 7 - K
Row 8 - Bind off 3st - K2 - YO - K8 - 4 st left on needle - turn
Row 9 - K
Row 10 - K3 - YO - K8 - 5 st left of needle - turn
Row 11 - K
Row 12 - K3 - YO - K8 - 6 st left of needle - turn
Row 13 - K
Row 14 - Bind off 3st - K2 - YO - K5 - 7 st left on needle - turn
Row 15 - K
Row 16 - K3 - YO - K5 - 8 st left of needle - turn
Row 17 - K
Row 18 - K3 - YO - K5 - 9 st left of needle - turn
Row 19 - K
Row 20 - Bind off 3 - K to end
Repeat from Row 1 6 or 7 times

Rows 1 - 20 = one section
Whole thing can be 6 or 7 sections
When last row is made, Bind off
Sew together.
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