Free Pattern! This Brioche Cowl is warm, squishy, and airy, knit in 3 colors. This tutorial will teach you to work my Shortcut Brioche stitch in the round. If you can work in the round and work “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this cowl! Continue reading
Learn to do a Long Tail Cast On on your Addi Knitting Machine! The Long Tail Cast On is perfect for many Addi projects, as it creates a clean, yet stretchy finished edge.
Learn to knit Ribbing on your Addi Express Knitting Machine! A little ribbing adds a nice touch to hats, mittens, socks, sweaters, and more. This technique works on both Addi machines, whether you are knitting a tube or a flat panel.
Here’s a new way to knit Mittens on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine! My mittens feature a long tail cast on with a ribbed cuff, and the thumb is knit after the rest of the mitten is finished.
Free Pattern! Who doesn’t love a warm, squishy scarf in the winter? This pattern will teach you my shortcut to working the Brioche stitch in 2 colors. If you can work “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this project!
Learn to make an Infinity Scarf on your Addi King Knitting Machine! I have made many of these scarves on my Addi. These scarves make great gifts, and they are very quick and easy to make. I have made scarves on my Addi from worsted, sport, and bulky weight yarns. You can make them any length you like. I like to use ombre or self striping yarn for added visual interest without any extra work. 🙂
Free Pattern! We all like to choose soft and cuddly items for babies. This easy baby blanket is knit in Brioche stitch, so named because it resembles the soft, squishy texture of Brioche bread. This pattern will teach you my shortcut to working the Brioche stitch. If you can knit garter stitch and “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this blanket!
Welcome to Lesson 1 of my Learn to Knit Video Series! In this lesson you will learn what types of yarn and needles to use when you are first beginning to learn how to knit.
Please comment below with any questions! Happy Yarning! 🙂