Do you still have the first thing you ever knitted? I do, and it's a doozy; a sampler of sorts. Here it is, in annotated form: Kathleen's first knitting "project" My mom's best friend from high school, Patty, taught me to knit. She sat down with my sister and me and we had a marathon...
Most of us use the long-tail cast-on for just about everything we knit. There are a few things, though, that benefit from a special cast-on, and it's good to have a few in your repertoire. The tubular cast-on is one of those. It's very stretchy, so it's useful for socks, mittens, gloves,...
Knitting Daily TV hosts Shay Pendray, Eunny Jang, and Kristin Omdahl Shay Pendray and Vicki Square Eunny Jang in a sea of hats Eunny Jang and Zontee Hou discussing the Little Lamb Sock Critter project A note from Kathleen: Knitting Daily TV is such an inspiration for us knitters. I've learned so...
Jul 14, 2010
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