How to Remove the Stair Step Effect on Knitting Projects

How to Remove the Stair Step Effect on Knitting Projects

Whether its shaping a shoulder (increasing) or a neckline (decreasing), most patterns typically place shaping stitches somewhere near the ends of the row, or may not tell you where to place them at all. That often has the effect of giving your piece that stair step look.  But how about if we change where we work those stitches?  How would that look?

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How to Join Knitting in the Round

How to Join Knitting in the Round

I know why you are here. You most likely just started knitting in the round on circular or double pointed needles and the pattern you are using states "join yarn" and begin knitting in the round. The reason you will be joining the knitting is so that you can knit in one continuous, seamless loop.

Joining your knitting is REALLY easy. I'm going to show you how it's done.

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How to Start a Knitting Club for 2 or 200

How to Start a Knitting Club for 2 or 200

Have you ever been knitting in public (doctor's office, train, bus, library, sporting event, airport, school pick up line, etc) and someone strikes up a conversation with you about knitting? Knitting is a very social hobby! It brings people together and helps to develop bonds. If you've been wanting to connect more with others, why not join or start your own knitting club? Both are very easy to do and cost nothing to get started.  

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