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Thick, warm, and pleasantly woolly, the Cowichan sweater was originally designed by members of this Coast Salish tribe. Enjoy this summary of the design's origins.
Creating a Swatch Notebook
If you make swatches, don't throw them away. Create a record of your knitting process that you can use for future projects!
Tangles aren't tragic. Here's how to avoid them, but also how to handle them when they inadvertently occur.
Born Elizabeth Lloyd-Jones in 1910, ďEZĒ, as she was known, would grow up to revolutionize the then-homely craft of knitting. Her legacy lives on today. Get to know her work!
New Year, new challenges! Have you tried the entrelac technique yet?
Faux Isle Cowl Recipe
During the winter months. Itís nice to have warmth against your neck. Hereís a recipe for knitting a stranded cowl on the fly!
Fingerless Mitts Recipe
Don't be a pattern slave! Here's a free recipe for basic fingerless mitts, usable with nearly any gauge!
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.
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.
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