Knit Below

Technique: how to knit into the rows below Learn how to use the Knit Below technique with slow and clear video and written instructions. This knitting technique appears in written knitting patterns in abbreviations like K1B. K1B stands for knit one below, meaning “knit one in the row below”. It’s also common to knit in … Read more

Free Basic Sock Knitting Tutorial

How to knit: Basic sock formula Want to learn how to knit a pair of socks in any yarn and size without a pattern? Then you’ve come to the right blog post! 🙂 Note: This post doesn’t contain a knitting pattern, instead it’s a tutorial on how to use a formula to knit a basic … Read more

Hats With Ears Knitting Patterns

The cutest animal hats with ears Baby hats with ears. Could there be anything cuter?! I don’t think so! Baby hats are fast, fun, and easy projects that you can finish in no time. They are also perfect as gifts for baby showers, Christmas, or visiting new parents. But animal hats aren’t just for babies! … Read more

Cardigan Knitting Kits

11 Comfy cardigan knitting kits Buying a cardigan knitting kit is a great way to avoid trouble and guestimating when working on your next comfy sweater. Issues like finding the right yarn, estimating how much yarn you will need, figuring out if the yarn will drape the right way, etc are effectively removed from the … Read more

Marling

Double stranded knitting with two colors: Marling If you have mastered casting on stitches, making knit stitches, and binding off you’re ready for marling! And if you haven’t yet learned those things it’s time to let this fun technique inspire you. These are the blog posts (with videos) you need to get going 🙂 Long … Read more

Russian Join

How to make a secure and slick join Russian join is a technique for joining two strands of yarn before knitting them instead of weaving in the ends afterward. And the best thing is that’s it’s secure and almost invisible! I know many knitters and crocheters dislike to weave in the ends after knitting a … Read more