Knitting Tutorials


Knitting 101

(Knit, Purl, Cast On, Bind Off and more knitting goodness!)






How To Use A French Knitter/Knitting Spool




How To Knit A Bobble




How to SKP (Slip, Knit, Pass)






How to Knit into the Front and Back of a Stitch (KFB)




Mobius How To




All About Arm Knitting



How To Knit An I-Cord




How To Knit In the Round Using A Circular Needle




How To Knit In The Round With Double Pointed Needles (DPNs)




How to Make A Tassel




How To Make Cables



How to Tag Your Handstitched Things for Gifting




How to Make Stitch Markers




How to Add Fringe to Your Projects



Blocking 101: Make Your Finished Pieces Look Their Best




How to Make Your Own French Knitter




How To Wind Yarn


5 comments:

  1. How do you sew up a hat so the seam doesn't look ugly , do you think sewing it with a sewing machine would work.

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    1. I'm not sure about the sewing machine, I have never tried that before. However, I pasted a link to a tutorial below that might help. When I seam up my hats, etc. I use the whip stitch. It works good for me and if you do it neatly, it looks perfectly fine.

      Whip stitch tutorial:

      http://fiberflux.blogspot.com/2012/11/how-to-whip-stitch.html

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  2. Love these tutorials, could you advise the best way to do decreases for the neck opening of a V-neck sweater?

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    1. Sure! Does the pattern you are using specifiy? If not, my favorites are the SSK (slip, slip, knit) and the K2tog (knit two together). I also like SKP (slip, knit, pass). I tend to use the K2tog most because it's so easy and fast.

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  3. Hi, I am new to your website and I am currently knitting a premmie hat. How is it sterilised for use? Should I being doing anything before I hand them on? As you can see, I am new to this.

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