Why is my knitting getting narrower?
Tension Is Too Tight
New knitters tend to hold their yarn really tight and they knit at the tips of their needles for the same reason. If you knit on the tips, you basically are making your new stitches smaller than the size of your needles because you are knitting at the narrowest part.
Does using larger knitting needles use less yarn?
Using a larger needle makes bigger stitches and rows, and it means that you will end up using less yarn because you do not need to make a lot of stitches. … The amount of yarn that you use depends on the number of stitches you will make. The sizes of your needles will only matter on the length of your stitches.
What if I don’t have the right size knitting needles?
If you substitute one knitting needle size for another, you will change your gauge. A smaller needle will result in more stitches per inch, and a larger needle will give you more.
What to do if you miss a loop in a loop blanket?
If you missed a working loop, at the end of the project, you can cut and tie off/weave in the ends. See the instructions below for this. If you missed a loop yarn loop in the block this can throw off the rest of the block and blanket. The block with the missed loop will now only have 4 loops in that block instead of 5.