It’s like magic!
Knit a tube with only two needles, without having to seam!
Who here hates seaming?
I wanted to do a top using this technique years back, but I didn’t have the know how.
It wasn’t until I learned how to do an afterwards i-cord edging that it started slowly come to me that that same technique could be used to attach two pieces without seaming.
Oh this yarn is amazing to work with! It’s really soft and durable! I was knitting this cowl during the biggest heat wave of the century and it didn’t felt, it didn’t shed or bleed color! For me that’s amazing and high quality!
Presto is a bulky weight, 123 m / 115 g.
Super Wash, hand dyed semi-solid, 2-ply, 80% merino, 20% nylon for durability.
I really love this yarn and will work with it in the future!
The pattern includes a video link to what to do to transform the flat knitted piece into a tube, in the round cowl.
This technique can really be used to transform any flat knitted piece into a closed circle piece. Think sock, sleeves, wrist warmers, headbands…