I've long been a fan of folk art. I have plenty of this type of art in my house, and I love it. Lucinda Guy's book, First Frost , is full of Nordic folk art-inspired knitting projects, and I'm excited to bring folk art to my knitting. Tanis Gray, our gadget expert on Knitting Daily TV , recently...
Dec 30, 2014
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How many times have you bound off too tightly? I hate to admit it, but I've done it a bunch of times. I think I'm just a tight "binder-offer," because I can't seem to get it exactly right. I used to just go up a needle size or two when binding off , which works well when the piece...
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Aug 28, 2012
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Remember my list of knitting resolutions ? Number 1 was to learn the Old Norwegian Cast-On. Well I did, and I want you to learn it, too. I also learned some really cool tips for "tail management" when casting on, so keep reading to the bottom of the blog! Back to the Norwegian: This cast-on...