yay I'm first!!!!!
I want to pose my double knitting question again from this
thread... and thanks to KK for being the *only* person to answer (I thought more of ya'll liked me than that but whatever! ).
The edited version is I want to make a baby afghan with a garter stitch border, and double knit in the center (with solid stockinette on once side and basket weave on the other), and I wanted to know if this would work, since the pieces wouldn't be connected--and I thought about tieing it, like a quilt, to keep them together. KK's suggestion was to increase every other stitch in the CC (the basket weave color) in the row before I want the double knit to start.... Now I understand how to do this in theory... buuuuuutttttttttt I'm a bit nervous.
And, so once I got my doble knitting set up, I just work the MC stitches and patters on one side (for me it's my WS), slipping the CC stitches, and on the turn (RS) I slip the MC stitches and work the CC stitches/pattern only.... right?
I tried a few times, but I feel like I'm kind of patting my head and rubbing my stomach at the same time but my arms are disconected from my body (no this is not some hallucinogenic-induced psychosis)