Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Sizing Down Shell Tank

Hello, and thank you for letting me join this KAL. I am very excited to get started on a shell tank, and have a supply of Rowan Calmer in Drift to use. I need to size the pattern down to a 34; would anyone mind telling me how to go about it? I know that Anna knit a beautiful one in a smaller size, and no doubt others have too. Thank you very much; I hope to have pictures to share soon!



At 8:51 PM, Blogger Nicole said...

Hi all,
I am knew to Knitting Nature and KALs. I just started a hexagon project and I'm worried about my ends coming loose after I've pulled them through the last 9 stitches at the center of the hexagons; will weaving them in be enough to keep them secure? Any other ideas?
Looking forward to hearing from you! I will have to officially join and post a picture of my project. I was going to knit the hexagon skirt but need a baby blanket sooner, so I decided to knit a hexagon baby blanket in lots of colors!

At 7:43 PM, Blogger weaverknits said...

I haven't done any hexagon projects, but I've crocheted a lot of granny-square afghans, and I find that weaving the ends in well has kept them secured through heavy use for years (with few exceptions).


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