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  • Quick Knits in Bulky Yarns

    There's something magical about bulky yarn. A swatch of fabric that might take a few days to make using worsted weight, magically comes together in hours of knitting with bulky yarn. Not to mention, bulky yarns tend to be incredibly squishable and remarkably warm, a delightful combination for winter...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by LouisaDemmitt on Jan 28, 2015
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Use a Schematic to Choose a Size in an Unusual Sweater

    For the new spring issue of Interweave Knits , Courtney Kelly designed this cool, contemporary take on the gansey sweater. Traditionally, ganseys are fitted pullovers with drop-shoulder constructions, underarm gussets, and knit-purl texture patterns. These sweaters were worked in dense gauges with sportweight...
    Posted to Inside Knits by LisaShroyer on Jan 27, 2015
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • A Grafting Suite: An eBook and Three Videos

    In my last post , I mentioned that for much of 2014 I was working on a "suite" of grafting tutorials, consisting of an eBook and a series of three videos . Each element of the collection was designed to stand alone, but they also complement each other: the videos supplement Chapters 2, 3 and...
    Posted to Inside Knits by Joni Coniglio on Jan 22, 2015
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Lace Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Warming Up Winter

    Cabled Cap, Cowl, Wrist Warmers, and Knee Socks Some might not think of winter as inspiring, but not knitwear designer Ingalill Johansson. She used winter imagery as her inspiration for the designs in her book Shades of Winter , which is stunning. Ingalill designed her winter wear in three colors, natural...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Jan 21, 2015
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitted Vests, Knitting Stitches, Cardigan Knitting Patterns, Knit Mittens, Knitting
  • Report from TNNA: New Yarn!

    This past weekend, I traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, for the Winter trade show of The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA). This is an industry event where wholesale yarn companies and other vendors show their new products to yarn shop owners; the shop owners decide which yarns they'll carry for...
    Posted to Inside Knits by LisaShroyer on Jan 14, 2015
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Tessellating Leaves Scarf Mosaic Knitting Knit-a-long Week 2!

    Hello fellow mosaic knitters! If you're knitting along with the Tessellating Leaves Scarf , welcome to week 2! How is your mosaic knitting project coming along? Mosaic knitting is one of the easiest ways to knit colorwork patterns, but it does come with its own little tricks and troubles. The biggest...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by AmyPalmer on Jan 12, 2015
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Color Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Pockets Make All Things Better

    Pockets are truly fantastic. I have a tough time with the ladies' fashion trend of pocket-less pants, seriously, what's with that? Or pockets that are too small for anything remotely resembling something we might actually want to carry around. Cargo pants have long been a mainstay in the men's...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by LouisaDemmitt on Jan 7, 2015
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Learn to Knit Brioche Stitch, Plus 5 Free Patterns!

    Brioche stitch is a beautiful stitch pattern that produces a lofty, ridged fabric that resembles knit 1, purl 1 rib. Pronounced columns of elongated knit stitches appear to float on the surface above purl troughs. I've put together a free eBook to teach you how to work the brioche stitch, and to...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Dec 26, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Brioche, Knitting
  • How to Graft Your Knitting Invisibly: A Brand-New eBook!

    If you’ve ever knit a pair of top-down socks, you probably grafted the toe using Kitchener stitch . Kitchener binds stockinette stitch, and makes the work look as though you’ve knit continuously when you really used a needle to connect the stitches. But how do you graft something that’s...
    Posted to Inside Knits by HannahRoseBaker on Dec 19, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Lace Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Using a Seed-Stitch Edging

    Sometimes simple is best. But simple means different things to different people. For me, it's stockinette in the round; TV knitting, if you will. Add a little shaping and a pretty edging, and you're all set. Simple sweater: check! I like the looks of Kristen TenDyke's Dreamy Pullover. It's...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Dec 17, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Cardigan Knitting Patterns, Knitting
  • Knitting Techniques for More Successful Knitting

    Here are several techniques that will take your knitting from good to great! —casting on for ribbing —making a French knot —working short rows —felting or blocking your pieces successfully —making an applied I-chord —doing a three-needle bind-off —finishing a...
    Posted to Knitting Tips & Techniques by Kathleen Cubley on Jun 29, 2010
    Filed under: knit stitches, casting on, cable knitting, knitting cast on, knitting needles, knitting casting on, knitting stitch, knitting how to, knitting stitches, knitting directions, knitting tips, knitting help, knitting finishing techniques, knitting techniques, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Free ebook
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