Here is a continuation of yesterday’s post in which I’m whipping up headbands in a desperate attempt to combat the pile of frizz that my hair has become. Since I […]
When you’re adding a knitted-on border there may be corners. Here is a method using short rows to smoothly round those turns.
Who says you have to bind off? Add a knitted on border instead. Pick any edge pattern, cast on, and knit it right into your project.
Lace deserves good finishing. If you’re making lace by hand, it must be blocked and set to show it off properly. Here is how!
The Crown of Glory is a lace pattern from the cottage knitters of the Shetland Isles. Lovely isn’t it? You’re reaching for needles and yarn already right? Great because once you’ve mastered how to make that big eye opening, you’ll be knitting Crowns in no time.
Mystery balls of yarn. We all have them. Here is a guide to figure out what you have, how much you have and what its made from. Then you be ready to make something with it! You know, in the next decade so so.
Here is a free tutorial for knitting simple flowers. Use them as applique, as broaches, or just to make your world bloom in color.
Its spring time and the first flowers are blooming… but not fast enough for me. So I’m making mine own, simple crochet flowers.
Big knits are fun knits. But big needles are awkward at first so here is a quick guide to get you knitting and knitting BIG!
Left-leaning decreases are a pain in the butt. They don’t match right-leaning decreases. Its a sad fact of knitting. But with this one simple trick you can get those left leaners looking much better.