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Fisherman’s rib is currently very hip. While the trend is focussed on the fisherman’s rib, there are other variants of the knitting pattern. I’ll show you how you can knit … Read More
If you like to knit shawl from top down, you will always learn new ways to cast on. In this case, the i-cord edge runs uniformly from one to the … Read More
Tubular cast ons create an edge that seems like there would be no cast on edge. They are extremely stretchy and are frequently used for ribbed edges, making them useful for … Read More
Don’t we know that all? You buy this super great pattern, but you don’t have exactly THE yarn the pattern calls for. Or maybe you’re purchased new yarn and want … Read More
You manage finally to knit evenly and then you come across a pattern consisting of holes. Intentionally holes in a piece of knitting? Yes, there is. What is a yarn … Read More
Influenced by the Haapsalu Shawl book (Estonian lace) the gathered stitches caught my eyes. In my first shawl design I use the gathered stitches. There are many options for gathered … Read More
As you maybe already know, I recently finished my first Mystery Knitalong. A Knit ALong (KAL) is where a bunch of people knit the same project during a specific time … Read More