||(Tip: Use cotton yarn for the provisional rows. Easier
There are three basic steps for this technique. This is the first
(Tip: I leave the tail of yarn from the last row of the neckband
REALLY long and that's what I use to do the sewing.)
This is the second step.
(Tip: I place that seam at the center back of the garment - where
I always start when sewing on a collar - and use the yarn tail you
see at the top to close the seam of the neckband later on.)
|This is the third step.
||What's that? A closeup? Alright. One...
Ta-da! (Tip: Don't pull the working yarn too tightly while sewing
and check every once in a while to make sure that the stitches you're
making are even. Oh, and be patient. If the neckband is as long
as this one and you don't want a sloppy job, you're going to be
doing this for a while.)