I made swatches, so many swatches. I applied the scientific method (observation, hypothesis, prediction, results). I thought I had solved the problem, through some mysterious process, by knitting backwards (knitting where I should purl, and vice versa).
But it wasn’t until I thought I had put the mystery to rest, and sat down to . . . → Read More: Biasing: Mystery (Partly) Solved
Biasing, that ancient mystery of the ages. No one knows what causes biasing, or what to do about it.
Okay, that’s not true. Everyone knows what causes biasing, but everyone seems to know something different.
Everyone agrees on the definition of “biasing.” It’s the unseen force which vertically distorts a straight edge into . . . → Read More: Biasing