Do you make your sleeves one at a time or both together?
I was just wondering. I make both my sleeves at the same time. My mom always did it that way and I figure if I'm going to flub a row or miss an increase that I will do it the same on both sleeves. I know both my sleeves will come out the same.
What do y'all do?
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I make them one at a time because that's the only way I know how....
But I am still on my first project with sleeves, so perhaps I will learn a new technique for the next sweater.
Ariann Cardigan in Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece - 11 inches and two buttonholes done!
Tomato from No Sheep for You in Cotton Ease - nearly done! One sleeve left.
Tuscany from NSFY in Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool - it's working up beautifully.
Montego Bay Scarf from Summer 07 IK Knits in Sea Silk - an indulgent knit
Holy smokes!! It never occurred to me to do them both at once. See, ya learn something new every day! Thanks!
*Dream Swatch in Madil Eden Bamboo
On the needles:
*Isabella from Spring Knitty
*Striped hoodie from Nursery Knits
*Tomato from Knitting Daily
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