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Are you looking for the matching bind-off for tubular cast-on? You started your sweater with the tubular cast-on and now you want to finish the cuffs so that the edge … Read More
You want to knit cables and don’t have a cable needle at hand? Or you have a cable needle and can’t handle it? Knitting cables without a cable needle is … Read More
The cable cast-on is useful if you want to cast on several stitches at the beginning or end of a row. I’ll show you how to work this cast-on. The … Read More
Tassels were all over my grandmother’s apartment. Today you can see them everywhere again. Whether key fobs, on cushions, on lamps or jewelry. Tassels are perfect for yarn recycling and … Read More
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
Since a few months I create my own knitwear designs. I always self-published them. But now, I want to go a step further and want to see them in magazines. … Read More
Are you looking for a gift for a knitter? Not sure where to start? Here is a collection of gifts for knitters that are sure to be well received. Knitting … Read More
Where can you find a hat with a special motif? Can the motif be professionally embroidered? Or even print the hat? The advantages of handmade can be seen here: the … Read More
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