How to Knit
How to Block a Sweater: How and Why Blocking a Sweater or Other Hand Knits and Crocheted Garments is Important
How to block a knitted or crocheted garment: Blocking a hand knit or crocheted garment smooths the bumps and gives your fabric room to "bloom." What at first looks as if it came from the bottom drawer turns...
Over my years of knitting, I've discovered an easy and safe way to block most of my knitting projects. I hope these hints answer some of the questions that most people face when blocking, explain the different methods,...
A Beginners guide to Left-Handed Knitting - Continental Style - Casting on, Knit, Purl and Casting off
Welcome and Congratulations! Knitting is a fun and relaxing hobby which gives a wonderful creative outlet. Being a left handed person, learning to knit was a bit of a challenge. Having to research stitches, turn them...
Are you searching for a soaker pattern that will keep your baby covered without overwhelming him? Something that is full and flexible, that will move with his every movement? A cover pattern, designed for use with 100%...
People are always asking me is knit or crochet easier? It’s not that simple. I love doing them both. Here are a few tips to understand the process better.
When I first started knitting, I started reading blogs from more prolific knitters. In addition to learning common knitting mistakes and how to avoid them, I also got to see many pictures of their works in progress, and...
Beginner instructions for knitting a hat with straight needles.
Knitting and creating sweaters has been a past-time since the distant past. Knitting is not difficult. It requires measuring and preparing, then just start knitting. The basic how to information for knitting a classic...
Learning how to knit is a breeze with these websites, complete with video instructions. All you need is some yarn and needles and you can start learning to knit.
You can successfully resize a knitting pattern. The math is just arithmetic with some fractions or ratios--nothing to fear! Step by step, you can scale a patter up or down.
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