|binding off with beads - half way point|
In the photo, you can see that I used a lifeline in the rows immediately before the bind-off. I thought it would make correcting bind-off mistakes easier, and it paid off several times, especially during my late-night knitting.
This project created NO scraps. In fact, I was sweating the last four inches of the bind-off and even "fudged" on a couple of the beaded picot points just to finish. Note: based on a couple of Ravelry projects, I knit to 427 sts : the pattern recommended 408 its, so the tight finish was of my own making, not the pattern.
See how close it was. . .
|a squeaker finish!|
|completed "Sweet Little Nothing"|
Sweet Little Nothing is finished, and I love it.
Pattern: Sweet Little Nothing by Sue DeBettignies for Ogle Design
(Ravelry pattern link)
Needle: US size 6
Kit: purchased at Colorful Yarn in Colorado - $32.00
4 oz. (420 yards) of superwash 100% wool
beads and pattern