Thank you to Theresa, our Customer Service Supervisor who shared this fantastic tip with us!
I love the look of stockinette stitch, but it will roll if it’s used alone as an edging. The solution: knit in stockinette for the public side of your work, and ribbing for the inside of the work.
Here, Theresa worked stockinette, then a purl row, then ribbing. She tacked the facing down with a few stitches and it lays flat beautifully. This technique will give you the clean look of stockinette without the headache of rolling edges!
The sweater featured in the photo is the Knitbot Featherweight Cardigan.
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