Chase a rainbow

Dear Anne

As I’m fortunate enough to own a freestanding linker, I do a lot of stitch-to-stitch joining when making up garments. I’ve always found it easiest to work using a nylon cord for the first row of waste knitting, so I bought two of the multi-coloured packs to make sure I don’t run out. Last May, our daughter presented us with twin grandsons, so I’d lots of little garments to make. I found that I was constantly tripping over the ends of the ravel cords. So I cut both yellow cords into quarters, the pink cords into thirds and the green cords into half, leaving the blue and white cords full length. This gives me lots of versatility and I can easily identify the length by the colour. Yours sincerely, Judith

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