Part 2 of Adding borders using console vs DAK file


Blanket knitted with borders of 2 black rows alternating with 2 white rows.

Blanket knitted with borders of 2 black rows alternating with 2 white rows.

Pattern 1135 in Passap E 6000 Book

Pattern 1135 in Passap E 6000 Book

Sheila from Western Australia said that if you look at the main pattern on the blue blanket , it looks like the borders should be double lines.(Left click on picture for a close up view) That is what I thought. I posted the picture of what that looks like after it is knitted. Yes, they do match the body of the blanket and the side borders look okay but the beginning border I don’t like. The technique used was 186 to knit the blanket using the file.
The pink blanket I knitted using pattern 1135 and technique 186 but the pattern does not “pop” like the zigzag pattern. It looks okay though.

Thank you Sheila for your reply. 🙂

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