When I travel, I always take a knitting project. On my recent trip to New York City, I took a shawl, which was a great travel project. It was knit from the tip upward, so it started out small; I got a lot done on the plane rides, but the shawl never got too big to deal with in my tiny plane bubble. Amy...
Kayleen Pullover Cassie Castillo Summer is just around the corner. I suppose that means I have to finish my spring cleaning! We've been working on sprucing up our house, room by room. I organized my knitting stuff first, of course. We've made quite a dent, but nothing like what's going on...
Vaudeville Shawl by Grace Akhrem Amodda Socks by Rachel Coopey Knitted accessories are the icing on a knitter's cake. We might enjoy knitting sweaters in the cooler months of the year, but most of us have little goodies on our needles all year round. I know I do! In fact, I just finished a pair of...
May 22, 2013
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Join host Eunny Jang to get started on knitting socks on this episode of Knitting Daily TV. You'll learn how to knit a sock, turn the heel, and even finish your toes with the kitchner stitch. Watch a preview of episode 1011 - Sock It To Me Getting Started: Learn the basics of sock knitting with this...
Knitting Daily TV Series 1000
Jan 6, 2013
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One UFO Down: 17 Left To Go I've had a pair of socks sitting in my knitting basket for, oh, I think it's been over a year now. Way back when, I wanted to make a pair of socks to be for Nicholas, so I opened up the bin containing my sock yarn stash and told him to Pick Something. He chose a lovely...
Mom and my adorable niece Jackie Someone asked me the other day: "So, Sandi, what are you knitting for your mom for Mother's Day?" A bit of guilty silence ensued. The embarrassing truth is, I've spent hours and hours knitting for babies, for cancer survivors, for friends, for my husband...
May 4, 2007
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Faroese Shawls…the very name sounds exotic, bringing to mind images of delicate, spidery lace worn by fancy society ladies. The truth is that real Faroese Shawls are anything but fancy. Originally designed by hard-working women of the Faroese Isles about a hundred years ago, these shawls were...