How to Count Rows on Socks I just finished this awesome pair of socks for my husband. During this process, I realized a great little secret for counting rows. I’m sure I’m not the first knitter to do this, and...Read More
Make One Monday - 4.3.2017 Hello Monday! For me, Monday's are always the start of the week. It's a day of organization and starting new projects. This week I have 2 main projects and 4 small projects to knit up....Read More
Dear Friend, Thank you. Thank you for asking me to knit you a sweater (or hat, scarf, blanket, socks…) Thank you for offering to pay me to do the thing that I love the most, knitting. Thank you for giving me...Read More
Green Eggs and Knitting [caption id="attachment_140" align="aligncenter" width="300"] 2017 Knitting Challenge[/caption] Join us over at Ravelry.com to take part in our 2017 Green Eggs and Knitting Challenge! How many different places or things can you knit this year? Take a...Read More
Learn to Knit: Basic Bind-Off Binding off is an essential step to finishing any project, and sometimes used in the middle of a project as well. The Basic Bind-Off can be used on almost any simple beginner project and is the...Read More
Learn to Knit: Knitted Cast-On The Knitted Cast-On, otherwise known as ‘Knitting On’, is a great way to cast-on for beginners. It is commonly used to add stitches in the middle of a project. The Knitted Cast-On uses the basic...Read More
Knitted Varsity Sweater Baby Letterman Jacket Pattern by Angie @ Knit411 Get this pattern here! Leave us a comment below!
Knit Mittens for Your Kids! Striped Toddler Mittens by Angie @ Knit411 Get this pattern here! Leave us a comment below!
Learn to Knit: Long-Tail Cast-On The Long-Tail Cast-On is arguably the most common cast-on method. It provides a firm yet stretchy edge and only uses one needle. One side will blend nicely with Knit Stitches, and the other with Purl...Read More
Learn to Knit: Slip Knot Almost every time you cast-on to knit (with some exceptions) you will begin with a slip knot. This is typically the very first step in any knitting project. The Slip Knot becomes your first stitch in your...Read More