After row upon row of stockinette, I finally got to the bottom of the body of Vitamin D. The pattern finishes off the bottom edge with six rows of garter stitch on 362 stitches, which I did.
And the bottom curls. It's a seriously strong curl. It's an I don't think this is going to block out curl.
The plan is to frog the garter stitch, pick up 362 stitches and knit five rows of seed stitch. I hope that solves the problem.
Pattern: Vitamin D by Heidi Kirrmaier
Yarn: Knitpicks Andean Treasure. 100% baby alpaca. Sport weight.
Color: Mystery Heather.
Needles: Options #4.
Gauge: 6 stitches/inch, 8 rows/inch in stockinette.
I'm also knitting little hats for an October delivery to Haiti. Just got a call today saying more baby things have been donated so more babies can be dressed and asking if my friend Sherry and I could knit nine more. Sure.