So, the birth of this little quiz? A mistake I made. I was working on a "knit for hire" that I had originally written with a rib at the bottom. It was suggested to me that the rib needed to go. Not wanting to knit the whole piece again, I brainstormed ideas to pick out the bottom and re-finish it working down. You can read the whole dilemma here in the original post. After the grafting I counted my rows and had 28! Where did those two extra rows come from?! Just an example of not seeing the actual end product and forging ahead, I didn't see how the rows of live stitches from each piece would create rows as well! So the answer to the quiz: Cast on and without knitting anymore rows start Kitchenering away! One thing for sure, my grafting skills are improving between this and Rogue. I have pictures and details here. I apologize for the quality of some of the photos. Pete had taken the digital camera away for the weekend (and didn't take one shot with it, hrmph!) and I tried out one of those Kodak disposables that returns your photos with a disc. So some of the pics are kind of blurry, but I think you can get the idea.
This is a finished sweater, but because it is not yet published, I cannot show a full shot of it. I will say it is a cardigan, knit at 3 stitches to the inch on size 11 needles. I'll keep to myself my feelings about knitting that! Here is a close-up, proof that I actually do finish things, occasionally.
Before you surf away, look who's blocking! Yep! Rogue will be worn by the end of the weekend. Hooray! The finishing party just goes on and on at the Blues!