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Diagonal Eyelet Dishcloth Pattern
This lacy diagonal design dishcloth is an easy pattern that knits up fast to make a usable and attractive washcloth.
Mordanting Yarn for Natural Dyes
Ready to use your natural plant dyes? You will need to mordant your yarn or fabric first! Read this article to find out how you can mordant your fibers at home!
Continental Purl Stitch Tutorial
Continental Purling is the next step after Continental Knit. Read this article for a tutorial to round out your knitting skills by learning this cornerstone stitch.
Basketweave Washcloth Pattern
Quick knit pattern for a basketweave washcloth. Knit this up in a hurry. Nicely textured made from knit and purl stitches. Makes a great gift or something to keep for yourself.
Continental Knit Stitch Tutorial
Explains how to do the basic knit stich continental style, aka yarn in left hand. Great for both the new knitter or the experienced knitter wanting to expand their skill set.
Simple Bias Knit Washcloth Pattern
Looking for a quick, easy and useful knitting project? This bias knit square washcloth will help you get comfortable with increases and decreases while you knit up a great item for a gift or yourself!
Single Cast On Tutorial
If you need a nice, simple cast-on that is easy to learn, the simple cast on is for you! Read this tutorial. Great for beginning knitters, or those who are looking to add to their skills
Finishing School Review
My Review of Deborah Newton’s Finishing School: A Master Class For Knitters, Read on to see if this finishing guide and pattern book is for you!
Fixing Dropped Stitches
Dropped stitches are a common problem for knitters, and one many knitters need to know how to deal with. Read this article to find out how to fix them.
Garden Plants As Natural Dyes
Find out what plants you may have growing in your garden, home, or flowerbeds that you can use to dye your knitting yarn or fabric. Read here to get an idea what you can add to your landscape if you want to start natural dyeing.
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