The best guide to yarn weights
Ply? wpi? Worsted? What does all that really mean?
Have you found yourself all tangled up in yarn weight issues? That makes us two.
So Fellow Knitters, it's about time we take a grip on those yarn weights d ...
88 Knitting Abbreviations – do you know them all?
Do you know what all the knitting abbreviations mean? Does ANYONE know what all of them mean?
I don't know. But to help all of us out I have listed all I could think of. And all I could find i ...
How to do the purl stitch backward?
Hi fellow knitter! Are you up for learning a new knitting hack?
I learned to both knit and purl backwards a while ago, and I think this is a really fun and useful technique to have up t ...
Is your needle to long – or your stitches too few?
Do you have too few stitches to fit the cable?
Or, in other words, are your circular needle too long?
This was a big issue for me when I was first starting out with circular needles.
The Circular Knitting Needles Tutorial – How to join and knit in the round
Welcome to the second part of the Knit on Circulars – the Easiest Tutorial serials!
In the first part, we learned how to do the long tail cast on with circular knittin ...
How to use Stitch Markers in Knitting
Stitch markers are a knitters best friend!
If diamonds are a girls best friend – stitch markers are definitely a knitter's best friend!
Stitch markers are used to keep track of what to do and, when to ...
The Circular Knitting Needles Tutorial – How to cast on, knit and bind off
The Circular Knitting Needles Tutorial
Have you ever tried knitting on circular needles? Or maybe you haven’t been knitting on any type of needles?
In that case thi ...
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 ...
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 you ...
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 ...