My good friend Keith is a fabulous knitter.
His latest project is Acorns by Carol Sunday, which he knit with Anzula's
For some reason, the neck was wildly big and loose.
The garment is knit top down, so ripping back was not at the top of the
I'd like to walk you through how I've decide to approach this fix.
I've pulled off the estimated length of matching yarn that I'll need to
duplicate stitch every other neck stitch- which is a LOT.
I mark both the center of the neck and the center of the yarn.
You can see the coil- which is half of the length at the center of the knitting -
which is facing wrong side out.
I'll work from the center in one direction, then the other.
Duplicate one stitch, skip one stitch, then duplicate the next.