- 5 rows of stockinette selvedge* (separated from the main body of the piece by 2 rows of purl stitching) followed by
- 20 rows above that purl selvedge line
I'm pretty sure I'm following the pattern correctly. (This is actually my second attempt...)
I'm assuming that when one blocks the finished pieces and then sews the back to the sides the curling disappears. However, if this piece should be entirely flat right now then hmmm...
It would be so much easier if I knew what I was looking for. I guess that's why this will be much less freakish the next time.
* by selvedge I mean the edge to the purl line - what would be the hem (seam) allowance on a sewn garment. Pls. advise if there's another name for this.