I like the little hat Super Pink Toddler Hat my question is what is 4 US8 DPNs Renee
it means you need four size 8 double pointed needles.
Hi Renee!Thanks! All that means is to use size 8 (US size) double pointed needles (DPNs) and use four of them. Please let me know if you have any other questions!Happy Knitting!
Thanks for your tips on blocking mats, etc! Any possibility that you will do a blocking tutorial(what it is for, how to best do it)?Love your site!
Absolutely! Another reader asked me the very same thing, so right now I'm in the process of cooking one up...stay tuned! :-)
is there a knit pattern for the tiny hearts. i would love to make them , but i can only knit?
Not yet, but I really love that idea!
I am brand new to crochet!! Taking my first lesson tomorrow! Just can't wait.....to try soooo many fun projects!!! Thanks for all the tutorials. I am going to try a curlicue for my luggage :)
Yay! You are going to love it!!! Your suitcase is going to look fabulous! :)
Im in the proces of making the infinity scarf with bulky weight.Any suggestions on stitch number for worsted weight?
It would depend on how wide you would like it to be...some people like a wider scarf, while others like something more narrow...I would experiment and see. What yarn are you planning on using?
Hi I was wondering if you can make an infinity scarf using a size 5 needel?
You could make an infinity scarf with any size needle...I would recommend making a swatch first to see if it is how you want it to look. On your yarn label, try looking to see what the recommended needle size is for your particular yarn.
I just found this site on Pinterest. I am new to crocheting and love your tutorials. They are such a big help to me. Thank you for posting these.
Awesome! Thanks for your kind comment too!
I love your projects! Amazing! Keep it up! ♥
I'm so glad you are enjoying it! Be sure to check in often, I am adding things almost every day!
I have been trying on and off to learn how to crochet for years. I love the designs on your blog so I'm going to have another try with the help of your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing.
Great! Most of my patterns are geared towards beginning crocheters or those of us who enjoy simpler patterns, be sure to check out the "Crochet Patterns" tutorial and happy crocheting to you!
The scarf seems to be narrowing as I go along and I'm losing stitches?
Hi there! Which scarf are you working on?
Thank you for your site. I have crocheted a little not much I had a family member to help me long time ago, and she is no longer with us so I tried it by myself but put what ever it was down . I did that a few times. Now I have your blog to help me. So here I go.
Could you tell me what is the name of the rainbow wooden crochet hook you show in the photos? Also, where can I get one like it? Thank you for all the tutorials, problem for me is knowing which crochet hook to buy - wood, metal, plastic? I can't decide!
Yes! I got that one from Knit Picks, one of my favorites to use!
I really love your site, so informative. I think sharing your beautiful patterns is so generous. All in all a very inspiring site. Keep up the great work! Mich
I just found your site and am very impressed with all the info and tutorials. I want to try embroidery and want to try knitting again.Thanks for all the tutorials.
I just started learn how to crochet it very relaxing thank you for posting your tutorials .
You make the BEST tutorials! I am trying to find a tutorial for making crocheted slip stitch ribbing that is connected to a sleeve or hat as you go. Its nice, soft and clean looking but SO HARD to describe!And how to join the two ends (what stitches to grab) is something that I think can only be shown on a video.If you can help, or point me in the right direction, thank you!
Hi there, I am interested in finding out if you can join fhdc or other into a round once you have completed the required number of stitches. Your help will be much appreciated. Cheers Shazz
can u tell the crochet hook sizes in numbers and letters for the uk as well
I have just found your site. I have not been crocheting for long and I'm doing a pattern that states (k 2 sts,fptr in 2 st, bptr in 1st skipped sk, bptr in next skipped st). I am having problems working out how do it. Do you have any instructions on how do it?
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and share your thoughts! It is very much appreciated. I try to reply to comments as quickly as possible...please note that all comments posted on Fiber Flux are moderated and any comments that are abusive, off topic or spam will be removed.