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Knit for Victory: Joining knitted squares with crochet

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This chart will be helpful in figuring out sizes when creating knitting patterns for baby booties

Trimfoot's Shoe Size Guide

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Have you tried this? The picture is from Alice Starmore's Book of Fair Isle Knitting. It shows using both hands to knit Fair Isle without having to drop and pick up yarns. I use this technique and love the speed!

. This is required reading if you knit and don't know how to do this. You'll love it..

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Twilled Stripe Stitch | The Weekly Stitch

Knitting 2 socks at once tutorial. The great thing is, she's using left over bits of yarn and gettting the socks to match by using this technique. Clever! by crazyknittinglady

Knitting Abbreviations Chart and what stitches they are.

leftovers socks - leftover sock yarn, doing chunks of colour, then alternating 2-3 rows of two colours in the transition between yarns

A method for 'casting on' stitches on the side of a piece of knitting (while knitting it) so there's no need to pick up stitches later! For example, cast on stitches for the arm when knitting the body of a sweather. My head is spinning having read this .

Awesome dictionary of knit stitches. Save for reference.

Circular needle too long? Great alternative!.

Short Rows by fleegle via Fleegle's Blog No wraps, No holes, No hassles

Tutorial on how to pick up stitches; difference between pick up/pick up and knit. Very helpful for log cabin throw.

Really clear picture of how to sew shoulders together! Lauras Loop: Knit T-Shirt - The Purl Bee - the purl bee

tomboyknits: Unicorn Farts Rainbow Yarn Tutorial- she uses Koolaid but it will work great with Dharma or Jacquard Acid Dyes too for more wash fast colors

Finishing off your knitting project: how to join two edges and how to darn / weave in ends!

the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman)...love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.