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The second Photo is an attempted at a super thick double stranded waffle stitch beanie for my sisters Paternal Grandmother who is about to go through Chemo. She lives in the mountains of Tennessee and she's already getting snow so she wanted an extra thick hat. If enough people say they want it I'll write up a free pattern.
Hi, I wrote a few weeks ago about questions I was having working in rounds, as I was new to this and I appreciate all your support. I am using a different pattern now and have a couple of other problems/questions. This pattern specifies that you join each round with a slip stitch and then chain one to start next round. Question #1-I'm working the back loops as I go, so when I join with sl st, do I want to just use the back loop or pull through both loops? Question #2-I also want to add different colored borders on the caps and am not sure the best method to do this. Should I finish off the main color and then just start a new round with border color or should I tie in border color with main color as I would when working on something straight? If I tie it in, do I do it at the last stitch before the slip stitch or when? I keep ending up with two or three stitches where the colors don't line up right and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Thanks, all, for your help. One of these days I'll get there. Nancy