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Ripping Back One's Knitting
Ripping back is not fun, but it's an essential part of the craft. Here is some advice.
Sanquhar Knitting Patterns
Sean Connery would definitely approve if you decided to knit a pair of gloves using one of these historic patterns!
Scarf Knitting On the Fly
Everyone knits scarfs, and for good reason. Scarves make great gifts, as they donít have to be a particular size. They are generally unshaped, which makes for easier knitting. They also are great projects for using up partial balls of yarn or those impulse purchases that sit in stashes and create
Have you been to the Schoolhouse Press website? If you're interested in traditional knitting, this is a wonderful place to explore.
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.
Silk and Silk Blend Yarn
Want a little luxury in your life? Knit with silk!
Simple Cowl Recipe
It's not difficult to create your own patterns for simple cowls. Here are general instructions that produce beautiful results.
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.
Stranded knitting is a special technique that results in beautiful colorwork. This article discusses some how-tos to keep in mind.
Swatches and Gauge
Do you want your knitting to fit? Then you need to understand what gauge is, and how to swatch for it.
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