Hello Knitters! Welcome back to Day 2 of the Bottoms UP knit along. We're finishing our toe-up socks. Kudos to each of you for mastering what I think is the perfect seamless sock cast-on, Judy's Magic Cast-On. It's a little tricky at first but once you get it, you won't use any other cast-on for socks.Read More
Perfect for knitters of all skill levels! This easy blanket is knitted entirely in garter stitch (knit every row). The pretty color palette of Plymouth Coffee Beenz yarn really shines with this project and makes it machine washable. The yarn is held doubled throughout making a really fast knitting project as well.Read More
Hello Noble Knitters! It's Donna, the Knitting Doctor, ready to knit along with you today as we create "Bottoms Up" our seamless toe, knit from bottom to top, no-fears socks.
Not only are these socks fun, they are a great way to learn a few new skills in no time flat and that's a fact!Read More
Greenery was chosen as Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year. This zesty and refreshing yellow-green is sprouting up everywhere. You'll find it on home goods, spring fashion runways, and of course, in knitting patterns and yarns. Evoking the lushness of the great outdooors, Greenery inspires us to take a deep breath, oxygenate, and reinvigorate. Immerse yourself in nature!Read More
Double Down is a generously sized scarf knitting pattern. It's amazingly down-soft and uses with Wendy Eider Yarn. This two color scarf is knitted with simple stitches and just the hint of ribbing.Read More
Anyone can knit! This quick and easy cowl is knitted in the round with using super bulky weight Cannoli yarn. This colorful yarn looks beautiful when worked in a 1 x 1 rib pattern. The stitch provides a lot of stretch, thus making it easy to get over your head while hugging you comfortably once it's on for lots of warmth on the coldest days.Read More