Tag Archives: Knitting

Knitting A Blanket

Those who have just started learning to knit should start out with a simple project, such as knitting a blanket. Knitting a blanket is much easier than knitting a sweater or a hat, and the blanket can make a great gift for a friend, relative or colleague. You do not ...

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5 Knitting Accessories You Need to Have

With knitting being a very popular hobby in many countries around the world, there is a huge number of retailers all offering various thicknesses of knitting yarn, along with a variety of knitting accessories that are claimed to be more or less essential for various projects. One of the first ...

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Knitting Two Toe Up Socks at a Time

Knitting socks from the toe up is a phenomenon that is becoming wildly popular in America. Knitting from the toe up is actually the standard way of knitting socks in European countries but in America most knitters are used to knitting socks starting at the cuff and ending at the ...

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Continental Combination Knitting Review

In continental style knitting, a knitter holds yarn in the left hand like a crocheter. In combination knitting, Annie Modesitt teaches us how to make purls like knits in reverse, which gives them a different stitch mount. I use continental combination knitting. Here are my pros and cons. What’s Good ...

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How to Knit Gloves and the Benefits of Knitting Patterns

Whether it is a hobby or a budding business, knitting is popular and has turned wool and needle into comfy scarves, caps, jackets, bags and gloves. In cold countries, knitted gloves and other knitted garments prefer this kind of clothing to warm themselves. Knitted gloves have diverse patterns and designs ...

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Knitting Techniques and the Ways We Knit

If you're a knitter, you're either a hobby knitter, making a hat or blanket here and there for gifts, or you knit for the challenge of promoting your skills with every new item. The advanced knitters are interested in learning different skills and are always looking for patterns, charts and ...

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