Advanced Keyhole Scarf Techniques
Here are some ideas for creating unique keyholes for those shorter scarves.
Borders and Edges
Whether you use patterns or design your own garments, you can always change up the edges and borders as you please. Begin the process with some research - here's how.
Change Up Your Ribbing!
The edgings of a garment can completely change the look. You have many choices.
Combating Cable Splay
Using a cable in a homegrown pattern? Here's how to make sure the entire piece stays the same width.
New Year, new challenges! Have you tried the entrelac technique yet?
Articles that help you when making a sweater or jumper.
Intarsia for the 21st Century
Check out these ideas for a technique deserving of a second look!
Intarsia goes in and out of style. It's a great technique for warm-weather knits!
Knitting Math for Adapting Gauge
Want to adapt a pattern for a different gauge? Here's a simple method.
Want just a touch of decoration? How about adding some lace to a simple project?
Lace Knitting Simplified
Want to try lace knitting? Here are a few pointers for beginners
Learn to Knit
Links and articles geared to the beginning knitter or those needing a refresher.
Math for Knitters
The first in a series that discusses math as required by the demands of knitting.
Ripple and Chevron Stitches
...and not just for retro 70s parties....
Seamed or Seamless?
When creating a sweater, do you prefer to knit flat pieces and sew the finished product together? Or are you a member of Team Seamless?
Looking to add shaping to your knitting? Learn how to short row!
Skills to learn after or while you are learning the basics.
Slip Stitch Knitting Explained
If you've never used a slip stitch pattern, it's time for you to check out this technique!
Stranded knitting is a special technique that results in beautiful colorwork. This article discusses some how-tos to keep in mind.
If you run into trouble with your knitting see the articles and links listed here.
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