are fun, easy to execute and add wonderful
interest. They are also difficult to repair when
you make a mistake and have to rip back.
That's why we recommend using a Lifeline.
Lifeline is easy. Just use a tapestry needle to
thread a spare length of smooth contrasting yarn
through all live stitches on the needle (but not
the stitch markers). If you have to rip back you
have this safety net to pull back to - your
stitches will all be safely on your Lifeline.
Insert a Lifeline as often as you like - if
everything has gone as planned you can pull out and
re-insert the same length of yarn as you go along.
Life happens - even to experienced knitters so give
it a try, you may be glad you did.
Lifeline shown here with our Sonoma lace shawl knit
with Karabella Breeze silk/wool. Coming soon!