Fixing curling stockinette
I THOUGHT the curling stockinette "demons" would be appeased in my recent table runner project because I've added a seed stitch border all the way around. Unfortunately, it still curls and I don't want it too.
Should I start over and make the borders wider? Or should I just do a garter st border instead? I wanted to make it look fancier with a 5 st edging on both sides and 8 rows on the ends.
What do you think? What will banish the curling - wider seed st edges or garter st???
Unfortunately the stitches are different sizes so they will have a tendency to curl or fold at the edge. The borders help, but don't cure.
If you are willing this method seems to work with a little effort.. She has other links to why and help in the article.
It might be a nice look on a table runner.
Thanks Jan. Those edgings do look very nice, but I've gotta get this table runner done in about a week. So......I decided to adapt a pattern I've got for a placemat and just make it narrower (and longer). It's a waffle-y type of design
Love that info about edgings and will read it soon!
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