Sorry not to have caught up here for a few days - things have been busy with exciting photography stuff.
@erikas2007 I love your armwarmers! They look totally brilliant, and the shade of that Zauberball is fab!
@adelaida When I work on DPNs, I change where the needle change is occurring from time to time which helps to avoid any laddering. So every few rounds I will knit a few extra stitches from the next needle onto the current one, and do that right around all the needles. Because the point at which the needle change is moving, it disguises any differences in tension. I do the same with magic loop - shifting where the change occurs so that laddering is disguised. Hope that helps. As to the 9" circulars - they would be perfect for these. Some find that they are harder to hold as the needle tip is so short, but if you're comfortable with them, then go for it!
@vknitorious These look super! I had worries about how well the Crazy Zauberballs would stripe, but these are super! Congratulations!
@katherine.everett @marthabilski I came on here just now to ask if anyone else had seen this pattern. As you both say, it's screaming out to be "helicalised"! Who will be first though?
@ladyross.sr I'm sorry that your first armwarmers wasn't working out. I hope the second is better. I saw a good plan on another board - someone had put their balls of yarn in separate ziplock bags, and added a big post it in each saying A and B. That might help yours to be portable if you would like it to be...
@kwolpert I see that the wonderful @nellknits sorted you out! But I just wanted to say that I love your description of it being an "unfinished row". That's exactly what it is! Thank you.
Happy knitting everyone! Jen x