Unbalanced yarn has character and variety and sometimes we like that. Sometimes I like that! So here is a free tutorial for spinning an unbalanced two-ply yarn.
Last week I was trying to convince all the crocheters to take up knitting. This week I’m gonna try to get knitters to take up crochet! If you are a capable knitter, these lessons are for you: the crafter comfortable with needles, who want to try playing around with a hook.
A free video video tutorial showing two ways to change knits to purls and purls to knits – with a crochet hook & with knit needles. Enjoy!
Romanian cords are great for embellishing a project. Use them as ties, tassels, ornamental braiding, or stitch them into shapes and make whole accessories. And they are EASY.
Let’s take a close look at how to do Stranded Knitting Colorwork. Join me this Sunday for a free video tutorial.
Let’s have another post where pull on my cowgirl boots, sit down at my spinning wheel, and ramble on about the history of something yarn-y related. Today its the history of spinning wheels and how the spinning wheels of today don’t look anything like their medieval predecessors.
Learn how to set a lifeline in knitting so that when you have to rip back (hey, it happens) you can rip with confidence!
I’m learning to use a knit sheath and making a Hue Shift Afghan. Now I’ve found myself a new guide: Hazel Tindall, the World’s Fastest Knitter.
If your stitches are bumpy where they should be flat you may have some tension problems in your knitting. But we can fix that!
Part 1: Teaching myself how to use a knit sheath. There was an earlier video that was so bad no one will get to see it. Ever. But I’m getting better.