The one problem I was having was with the roll cuff I'd originally planned. Instead of casting on 90% of stitches and then increasing as with ribbing, I thought I'd probably get by just with the transition to the larger needle size - the suddenly looser fabric helping to stop the roll. I was
Last night I pulled out a ball of Patons Classic Merino in "denim marl" from my stash and picked up stitches around, following EZ's instructions in her Knitting Workshop, which is a recent addition to my knitting library. After 2,488 knit stitches and the 202 final stitches tacked down with singles, I have a fairly neat hem, if I do say so myself. I think that for the sleeves I'll probably go with a garter stitch cuff to keep bulk to a minimum, and I'll keep the roll cuff at the neck because it'll be less of a problem there and I just like the look of it.
Could You Just Plotz?
The boys were taking a nap together this afternoon. A gratuitous photo, yes, but how could anyone resist such cuteness?