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A Blanket for WubblyBubbly (continued)

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KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 13:15:49

The first thread is nearing the 1000 post limit due to such amazing support.

This thread is a continuation of that thread which can be found here


SwivellingDicksTidyWife Mon 12-Mar-12 13:17:23

New thread, wow. Still not posted mine <disorganised> But it should be tomorrow or Weds, honest guv. Ends weaved in and everything.

ChippingInNeedsCoffee Mon 12-Mar-12 13:27:45

Oooh a shiney new thread smile

Nessa - I can't do Oxford on Monday - I'm working sad It's ruining my social life - honestly!

KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 13:28:24

Swivelling, all good. Big [star] for sorting the pesky ends. grin

KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 13:30:13

well hullooo, Chip smile


<ignores big paper pile>


nickelhasababy Mon 12-Mar-12 13:37:17

signing in.

ExitPursuedByABear Mon 12-Mar-12 14:18:50

Me too.

Deafworm Mon 12-Mar-12 14:19:14

Just. He king in for now, my squares coming along well, dds is getting there too

Deafworm Mon 12-Mar-12 14:19:30

Argh autocorrect checking in

RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 14:33:10

<rushes in, not looking where she's going and sends Knotty's paper pile flying>

RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 14:58:37

A huge thank you to another lovely donor for supporting this blanket thanks

thanks MiaAlexandrasmummy

PurplePidjin Mon 12-Mar-12 15:11:02

<Plonks down with wine and cake>

KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 15:33:29

Pidj, you mean there's some left?

PurplePidjin Mon 12-Mar-12 15:42:20

Maybe <shifty>

PurplePidjin Mon 12-Mar-12 15:42:20

Maybe <shifty>

RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 15:42:49


RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 15:42:54


PurplePidjin Mon 12-Mar-12 15:47:57

Can someone please remind me how to cast off so I can sit on this train and finish? thanks

I've done 2 knitted and 4 crochet squares and I'll label the donor ones so they definitely get used - the others are from leftovers and can be ignored if you like. Much better to have one square per person than 20 by one imo!

KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 16:04:35

knit 2 stitches,
use left hand needle to pull 1st stitch on your right hand needle over the 2nd stitch and off the end of the needle.
Should be left with one stitch on your right needle.


KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 16:05:43

Obv when I say repeat, I mean knit another stitch then repeat the pulling the stitch over and off bit.

RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 16:07:13

I am going to give Pidj knitting advice grin

You knit two as if it were a normal row, then pass the right hand stitch over the top of the left hand stitch, then knit another one, then pass the right hand one over again. All the way until you have one stitch left and then you tie it off.

RatherBeOnThePiste Mon 12-Mar-12 16:08:06

I'm too bloomin slow grin

KnottyLocks Mon 12-Mar-12 16:10:24

Slow but correct grin

PurplePidjin Mon 12-Mar-12 16:19:49

Thank you! Knitted square number two is cast off. 6" x 6 and a bit when uncurled at the edges. Is stocking stitch supposed to do that? confused

KnitterNotTwitter Mon 12-Mar-12 16:19:58

My favourite cast off is as follows:

Knit two stitches together.
Slip the stitch you've just made off your right hand needle back onto the left hand needle.
Now knit two stitches together (so that'll be the stitch you just slipped back from left to right with another stitch)
And repeat....

This cast-off gives a slightly more stretchy edge than the traditional cast off described above....

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