Question: Top Section (Turning Ridge)
I have a question for you. This afternoon I was talking and knitting with Kelly. As I was working away knitting on my bag, I noticed that both Kelly and I did the tops different. I decided to frog my work until I got home and figured out what I had done incorrectly. I wanted to go home and look at Sue’s picture on her post.
I was noticing that Sue, Kelly and I all did different tops of the bag.
Does anyone have any problem with the very beginning? I think I might have messed up on the Turning Ridge. Kelly and I looked at the difference between ours. This much I have found out since this discovery today
Kelly, Sue’s and my top of the bag look different. It appears to be at the Turning Ridge. I actually ended up working a stocking knit at first and then once I did the turning ridge I was then working Stocking knit on the opposite side.
I found this online tonight at: http://www.sheepyyarnmn.com/tip20.html
Simple Turning Ridge: Knit one row on the wrong side of the work to create a purl ridge on the right side of the work, which denotes the fold line.
But the way I read the instructions I ended up doing a reverse stocking knit. Does anyone have a clue???