Would you believe I’ve never knit two socks at once using the magic loop method? I know, I know hard to believe and everyone says I MUST try it… so, I’m starting a knit-a-long with a simple free pattern from my friend Allison (aka the Knit Princess)
and I’ll be following along [...]
Yesterday, I offered up one of my patterns for free in memory of my dear friend Linda who passed away Nov. 6th from cancer and as part of the Podcaster Throwdosn (For more info visit: knottygirlsknitcast)
This pattern is supposed to be for Halos of Hope, so you are on scouts honor to [...]
Requirements include, gorgeous yarn, knitting needles and a pair of dice (yes you read that right!) Roulette is a pattern that’s secretly a game! Knit Geekery at its best.
Due to the nature of the design, this pattern comes out [...]
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Simple Squares Blanket Pattern:
Use Worsted weight acrylic and size 9 needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
Gauge 20 sts = 4 inches in Stst
Squares (make 30 for whole blanket):
Cast on 50 sts.
Knit for 1 inch.
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: K5, P40, K5.
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If you have never been to a knitting conference before, it can be overwhelming.
Here are my top 10 survival tips: Wear comfortable shoes.
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When we are not watching TV and knitting we are reading (and knitting). Which I’ve been able to do since I came across this great tool. I recommend one. (You can find them online, just google [...]
This knitting swing-chair got me thinking. I knit ’causeI love knitting. While it’s always nice to sit out on a rocker reading your paper on a pleasant day, it wold be even better to have yarn and needles in hand. As neat and geekery as this swing is (and I love knitting geekery, don’t get [...]
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