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Longing for a fisherman's sweater but put off by heavy cabling? Consider Guernsey patterns! These knit-and-purl beauties are straightforward to knit and easy to wear.
Guernsey-Inspired Scarf or Shawl, with Variations
The holidays are coming, and you're knitting multiple gifts, right? Here's a dead-easy pattern to use in a variety of ways.
Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible Review
Knitters who haven't yet heard of Hitomi Shida will be eager to learn more after perusing this amazing stitch dictionary!
Review of Seed Stitch
The latest publication from Rosemary Drysdale, published by Sixth and Spring Books, is a wonderful addition to any knitter's library.
Blue Sky Fibers
Luxurious alpaca, crunchy yet soft cotton, warm merino, indulgent blends... treat yourself with Blue Sky yarns for heirloom projects.
Changing Yarn Weights in Sweater Patterns
Prefer DK to bulky sweaters, but love a certain pattern? Re-size it and make it your own!
Adapting Knitting Patterns
Knitters are an intelligent and resourceful lot, and itís possible to re-size most patterns. A number of different techniques can be used to do this; here are a few of them.
Sixty More Quick Baby Blankets Review
Looking for afghan patterns? The name of this tome is somewhat misleading; many of these projects can be resized for a number of uses.
Using a Lifeline
Knowing how to use a lifeline is an essential skill for many kinds of intricate knitting. It's not difficult, and will prevent many a nightmare.
Queen Alysanne Scarf
Here's a free pattern for a quick knit, three season lace scarf. It's easy enough for beginners, but looks like an heirloom piece.
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