I think of knitted accessories as the precious gems in a knitter's jewel box. They're the cabled hats knit out of a smooth 100% merino wool, the cowl knit from luscious cashmere, the clutch adorned with sparkly beads, the lace shawl knit with delicate, alpaca lace yarn. What fun! What adventure...
It's all about color knitting on this episode of Knitting Daily TV . Preview episode 1012 - Color, Color: Getting Started: Learn mosaic, flat intarsia knitting and striped knitting techniques on this episode's Getting Started segment with host Eunny Jang. Seen here on the mannequins is the Petit...
The Summer 2011 issue of Knitscene featured an article by one of my favorite designers, Stephen West. I just bought his Spectra Scarf pattern, which is a circular scarf knit from a ball of self-striping sock yarn and a coordinating solid sock yarn. One of my knit-night buddies worked it up and it's...
Mar 21, 2012
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Arcelia Skirt Arcelia skirt worn as a halter! A note from Kathleen: Kristin Omdahl is best known for her amazing crochet patterns, but she's a wonderful knitting designer, too. Her work incorporates unique stitches, shapes, and embellishments that are so much fun to work with! In her newest book...
Colorwork patterns--such as the gorgeous Poetry Mittens we put into the online store on Wednesday (see below)--are some of the most beautiful knitting on the planet. But they can also seem quite daunting, since they involve working with more than one yarn at a time. But learning to work with two or more...
Jan 16, 2009
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What The Front Looks Like So, my lace-loving friends: I made a list of the more than 30 questions you asked in the comments from Monday's post. About a quarter of those were promptly addressed by your fellow commenters...which is a Very Good Thing, seeing as it would take me several weeks of posts...