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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
14 facts about alpacas and alpaca yarn
The alpaca really is a cutie. I mean, look at this adorable face …!
It's fiber is one of the silkiest and most versatile fibers found in nature.
The fleece can be spun into alpaca yarn , fabulous fo ...
Why is merino wool yarn the Knitters best friend?
Merino wool yarn is wonderful to knit in! It’s soft and easy flowing on the needles.
And it’s light and elastic and makes each stitch smooth and neat. Any stitch pattern looks stunning in a s ...
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.