Have you ever wanted to knit faster? Continental Knitting just might be the solution!
Embellish your next project with Tassels! These are quick and easy to make, and can be used in many DIY projects.
The Russian Join is one of my favorite ways to join a new yarn in a project. It does make the join area a bit thicker, but is still pretty inconspicuous in most yarns. This method creates a seamless, secure join, and does not require a knot, or weaving in any extra yarn tails.
Learn how to work Afterthought Fair Isle stitching (Duplicate Stitch) on your knitted projects!
In Lesson 2 of the Learn to Knit Video Series, I will show you how to make a slip knot and work the “e-wrap” cast on. Happy Yarning! 🙂
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! 🙂
Here is an inexpensive way to make your own sock blockers! These are indispensable tools to the sock knitter or crocheter. Sock Blockers are used to fine-tune the shape of a handmade pair of socks.