Vivian Høxbro is the guru of a technique called domino knitting. Vivian defines domino knitting as knitting pieces together while the work progresses, just as one "pieces" the tiles in dominoes. Candy Stole Two-Block Hat In the book Knit to Be Square , Vivian Hoxbro shows us how to squares...
Mar 17, 2014
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Té Rosada by Pam Allen There are lots of projects that say "quick-to-knit" in the descriptions, and there are lots of reasons that's probably true. Quick knits can be small projects such as hats, mittens, or cowls. Some people might say scarves are quick projects, but my scarves...
Alternating Twists from Cables & Arans I am a stitch geek. I'm fascinated by the different ways that the humble knit stitch and the unassuming purl stitch get together and make a gadzillion different glorious combinations. My stitch dictionaries are stained with the love born of long and constant...
Oct 1, 2007
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The INSIDE of the Ms. Poppins' Bag Knitted stitches have a lovely drape, which is one reason we love them so! That drape is created by having lots of small holes between the yarn fibers—in general, the bigger the holes, the more drape something has. Think of the difference in drape between a felted...