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Tips on how to make more time to knit

Make more time to knit Do you wish for more knitting time? I know I do. So I dived into the world of plans, habits, and organization to see if I could come up with some time-saving tips for you. And here is what I came up with. I sure hope ...

Don't Be Such a Square | How to plan a knitting project – a helpful guide with useful templates

How to plan a knitting project?

How to plan a knitting project Planning your projects and taking notes along the way is a way of getting on top of the creative chaos and making things happen while saving time, keeping an eye on the details and having a lot of fun! Catch your ...

Don't Be Such a Square | My Knitting Project – Free printable knitting journal sheets for your crafting binder | #printable #binder #knittingproject

Free knitting project sheets pdf template

Download your free knitting project sheets I love making plans! Yes, I really do love planning, and of course, planning my knitting in particular! It’s so much fun diving into all the details that are going to work together to form a garmen ...

Don't Be Such a Square | Speed knitting: 12 tips on how to knit faster

Speed knitting: 12 tips on how to knit faster

Need for speed – How to knit faster Speed knitting isn’t for everyone. Some of us knit just for the joy and calm of the repetitive movement, the softness of the yarn and our wellbeing. That’s wonderful, keep it up, fellow knitters! And then the ...

Don't Be Such a Square | Click to learn knitting in reverse | Knitting in Reverse let's you knit stockinette stitch without purling | Knitting backwards saves you time otherwise wasted on turning your work | This knitting hack makes short rows and following charts easier!

Knitting backward

How to knit stockinette stitch without purling? There are a lot of different techniques to try in knitting. Some you’ll love, and, some you’ll, well, not love that much … For me, it is the purl stitch. I really don’t like to purl! My purl rows alw ...

Don't Be Such a Square | Learn how to knit circular garter stitch without purl stitches | Ho to do a no purl garter stitch in the round | Two strand garter stitch

No purl garter stitch in the round

Can you knit garter stitch in the round without purling? Yes, you can knit the garter stitch in the round, and even without having to do the purling part. I have done some reading, I have spent some time trying out the things I read and now I’m re ...

Don't Be Such a Square | How to pick a yarn for my project? A guide to help beginner knitters learn what to consider when choosing a yarn for their projects.

How to pick yarn for my knitting project?

How to pick yarn for my knitting project? There are a lot of yarn fibers, I mean it’s a jungle out there, so how are you supposed to know what kind of fiber or fiber blends to pick for your project?  Well, that really is the million dollar ...

Don't Be Such a Square | 14 facts about alpacas you didn't know! All about the alpaca fiber, and all about the alpaca it self | Wool | Fleece | Knitting Yarn

Facts about alpacas you didn’t know!

14 facts about alpacas you didn't know The alpaca really is a cutie. I mean, look at this adorable face … And their fiber is one of the silkiest and most versatile fibers found in nature. And the fleece can be spun into fabulous knitting yarn, is ...

Merino wool - this article answers all your questions like, why merino softer than other wool? Why is it so warm? Can it really breathe? And how do the merino sheep look like?

Merino Wool – The Knitters best friend

The Secret to why merino wool is the Knitters best friend Why is the merino wool the Knitters best friend? Because yarn spun of merino wool is wonderful to knit in! It’s soft and easy flowing on the needles. It’s light and elastic and makes each s ...

How to measure Gauge in Knitting | Become a more successful knitter! This article walks you through measuring gauge and helps you understand why it's important.

Measuring gauge

How to measure gauge in knitting Gauge, or tension, is a very important measurement in knitting. The gauge is determined by how many stitches and rows the yarn get you to 4 inch or 10 centimeters, depending on which length system you use.  ...