Hi. Are with knitting with 6 dpns? You have us cast stitches onto 5 needles. I'm confused as to which needle you want us to begin knitting.Thanks!Carol Ann
Sorry for the confusion there! I wanted to keep the marker for the end of the row in the middle of one needle, so by using all five for the cast on and making the first needle you used the right-hand working needle, and the last needle you used the left-hand one, you achieve that. Once you've emptied that first left-hand needle you're working on four dpns with a fifth for knitting onto. Hope that helps!
Thank you! I probably would have figured it out if I had started the hat:) So the needles with 8 sts is the needle to start knitting with. Got it!!Your explanation is a big help. I especially like the way you describe to turn the hat and get rid of the caston bumps.Carol Ann
It's so nice of you to say so - thanks!
Hi Mary . I'm a beginner and want to make this hat, but I'm not able to follow the instructions provided. Can you simplify it or show in a video? Would really appreciate your help.
I should get around to doing videos some time, but right now I'm not able to, no - do you have a local yarn store or know any knitters who could show you over the pattern and help you out live and in person?
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