Simple Edging + Reduced Color Variation
An introduction to my Double Edging technique!
Tidy chain edging
By slipping the first stitch of each row you can create an orderly chain of stitches up the sides of your knitting.
*Free Pattern* A densely textured baby blanket given in multiple yarn weights and suitable for beginners.
Double Edging (aka Knitting Flat with 3 Skeins)
Create a simple edging on all sides of your knitting and reduce color variation between skeins.
A worsted-weight hat with dense, star-like texture made from a traditional cabling motif that is very simple to work.
Making Cables Without a Cable Needle
Step-by-step photos of how to rearrange stitches into their final order within a 2/2 cable so you can quickly knit straight across.
Lifted increases (also called 'raised increases') are a great way to inconspicuously add stitches to your knitting.
A quick update to say hello.
Perfect Cast On for k1/p1 Ribbing
Did you know there is a purl version of a long-tail CO? By alternating the knit and purl version you can create a nearly invisible edge for the ribbing of hats and cuffs.
Sérac – hat and blanket set
A geometric welcome set for babies - the Sérac hat features a spectacular star-shaped crown while the matching blanket is given in 6 different yarn weights.