Learn how to knit faster and with more even tension by using Continental knitting method. By simply changing how you hold your yarn, you’ll dramatically improve your knitting!Read More
Hey knitters! In today's post, I'm going to show you how to make this gorgeous shawl in just four easy steps. I'm here to show you how to make this really large one skein shawl.
The best part is that any knitter can knit this; it’s a beginner project!Read More
Hey fellow Southpaws! Have you been wanting to learn how to knit in the round, but you aren’t sure where to start? Then this blog post is for you!
You’ll learn how to knit in the round left handed. We’ll start with a long tail cast on, join yarn, place a stitch marker and knit the first few rounds together.Read More
Many knitters crowns don't look this tidy or even. I'll admit that it took me a number of years to figure this out for myself but there are two tips to make your crown shaping a better experience.Read More
Pullovers are having a moment right now - the look is slightly oversized, with a yoke neck, color work, and a relaxed-fit perfect for weekend wear.
I’ve rounded up 10 of the best of these must knit projects. If you haven’t cast on something lately for yourself, now may just be the time!Read More
Have you been wanting to knit mittens but don’t know where to start? Do the patterns requiring double pointed needles scare you? Is knitting in-the-round a technique you don’t feel ready for?
Look no further! You can knit mittens on straight needles! I’ve rounded up 9 beginner mitten knitting patterns. All of them are knitted flat on two straight needles.Read More