It’s constructed as one big piece with the sides seamed up at the end, using a simple stitch pattern that is very easy to memorize.
Once you get it down, you won’t even need to look at the pattern!
When I looked it up on the Internet, I wasn't really surprised to find a wealth of information.
Much more than anything I had ever read on the topic.
We were running contests and I was able to solve it in a minute overall. There was one major difference, though: back then, we didn't have the Internet.
I had gotten my solution in various magazines and I had added my own algorithms in an attempt to speed up the process and beat my classmates.
I’m really excited about this one because it’s my second garment design! It’s a comfy, casual, loose fitting sweater that is flattering to all shapes & sizes.
I am confident that the first part will stick with you since I remembered how to get that part myself even after twenty years of inactivity.
It's not that I hadn't seen one in a long time (my very own faithful cube has been in my possession for over twenty years now), but for some reason, playing with that one revived in me the will to solve it again.
I used to be crazy about the Rubik's cube, back in high school something like twenty years ago.
As a final thought, it is just amazing how finger memory works.
It took me a couple of hours of practice to have this solution totally memorized in my fingers. "L2", it should really be a square, not a 2) means "turn this side 180 degrees".