Remember that awesome ski bonnet that I wanted to make? Well, I’m gonna make it!
I’ll be using 3 skeins of Berroco Vintage in their Dewberry shade, which I had to purchase today, even though I said I couldn’t afford yarn this month. I swear, this yarn was the cheapest yarn in the store that still felt soft. I’m gonna just say this is my birthday present to myself.
So I started the pattern, and I was immediately struggling. I know how to do the magic loop method but I’m still not good at keeping the breaks between the sides tight and even, so that was all over the place. Maybe I should try it on double points, which I’m more used to, so I don’t have those “wings?” In row 1 I immediately had to learn two new things, as well: the Left Twist and the Right Twist. I think I’m doing them right. (Check out those links for video tutorials on YouTube.)
In the end, my first 6 rows looked so shabby that I frogged it. I think I’m going to practice with some spare yarn to get the hang of the pattern first before trying it again with my nice magenta yarn. Anybody have any advice for me?