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For many people, the best part of knitting is the ability to shower loved ones with gifts, especially during the holidays. Itís important to think this through before beginning in order to limit frustration and burnout. Here are some tips for knitting your way through the holiday season.
These little knitted and crocheted toy were originally popularized in that Japan. Now they are famous all over the world. Isnít it time to knit one for yourself?
Knitting A Simple Cowl Without a Pattern
It's not difficult to create your own patterns for simple cowls. Here are general instructions that produce beautiful results.
Knitting in Plain English Book Review
As a primer for new knitters, this is one great tome.
Manos del Uruguay Yarn
A Fair Trade certified country, Manos del Uruguay helps women in rural areas support themselves and their families. Oh, and the company also produces gorgeous yarns.
Like Linus, children all over the United States depend on their 'blankies' for comfort when ill or enduring trauma. Project Linus is a charity that provides these blankets.
Review of 150 Scandinavian Motifs
Looking for a dictionary of Scandinavian color patterns? Mary Jane Mucklestone has you covered!
Ripping Back One's Knitting
Ripping back is not fun, but it's an essential part of the craft. Here is some advice.
Selecting a Pattern for Your First Knit Sweater
The first sweater is a milestone, but choose the pattern carefully if you want to actually wear the finished piece! Here are some considerations.
Stranded knitting is a special technique that results in beautiful colorwork. This article discusses some how-tos to keep in mind.
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