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Make One Left Tutorial
Looking for a left slanting increase that is close to invisible? Wanting to mirror your right increase in your project? Need to know what M1L is? Read this tutorial to find out how to Make One Left!
Staggered Parallelogram Washcloth Pattern
Made entirely of knit and purl stitches, this solid color washcloth knits up super quick while having visual interest in your final project.
Make One Right Tutorial
Need a right slanting increase? See M1R in your knitting pattern instructions, and not sure what to do next? Read this tutorial to knit this right slanting increase stitch!
Shell Lace Washcloth Pattern
This pattern for knitting an open shell lace washcloth or dishcloth from worsted weight yarn gives a little bit of a challenge while still being speedy to knit up for yourself or a gift.
Bar Increase Tutorial
Here are two increases you can use in your knitting. One is visible and one is nearly invisible.
Knitwear Design Workshop
This is my review of Shirley Padenís book Knitwear Design Workshop. Read on to find out if this book has what you are looking for in developing your own knitwear
Basic Chain Bind Off Tutorial
This is a tutorial and guide to the simplest and most common bind off or cast off technique in knitting. If you are ready to finish up your first knitting project, read this for a simple technique to cast off.
Review Handmade To Sell
The handmade retail business movement is thriving. If you love to make handmade items and are thinking of entering this unique, modernized business world, you will need guides to help you get started. Read this book review to see if "Handmade To Sell" is the right guide for you.
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!
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