Knit jackets are one of my favorite things, and a knit kimono?—even better! Re-Su Katabira by Vicki Square The timeless shape of kimono is so beautiful and flattering, and designer Vicki Square is the master of kimono knitwear. One of my favorites of hers is the Re-Su Katabira . The lacy pattern...
I've been writing a lot about summer lately, but it's my favorite season, so please bear with me. Today's post is a visual treat—patterns that I hope will inspire you to knit something to wear this summer! Here we go! Valois Knit Shawl by Alexandra Beck is a women's tri-corner shawl...
Apr 14, 2014
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I consider my friend Dinah one of the most accomplished knitters I know. When we show our projects in our Wednesday night knitting gathering, Dinah is always the one pulling out a fabulous lace shawl, or an Aran blanket, or some intricately cabled socks. She holds up her needles and says in the most...
New knitting magazines come out all the time, with fabulous new patterns that go to the top of the queue. But what about that pattern from last year's magazine? The one that you absolutely loved; the one that you had to knit next; the one that made you want to put down the project you were working...
Here are ten easy free knitting patterns for women--because sometimes you want to knit something fabulous and fast! Slouch Rib Cardigan by Cathy Payson. Easy knitted women's cardigan pattern that is simple enough to be your first knitted sweater! Frock Camisole by Katie Himmelberg. A simple, fashionable...
Jul 18, 2008
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Working a Tricky Armhole: The Drawstring Raglan The Drawstring Raglan on Stef People are used to knitting raglans from the top-down, but the Drawstring Raglan is done from the bottom up, and I'm noticing a lot of emails asking for help at the part where you cast on extra stitches for the sleeves...
Can we pretend I'm Ryan Seacrest for just a moment? I feel as though this moment deserves a tuxedo and a gilded envelope...So, please dim the lights and let's open the envelope with our results! Knitting Daily has voted, and here, in no particular order, are your Readers' Choice Award Winners...
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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Ready to block! On Wednesday, we began our Adventure in Blocking with a review of the basic tools and preparations you need to make before you get started. Now that you have everything gathered together, and now that you have experimented with blocking your swatch (and of course, you would never, ever...