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Best Knitting Resources

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Best Knitting Resources

  • 239 Pins

How much yarn do I need for a knitting project? Great printable infographic .

Crochet Cheat Sheet - Oombawka Design

Crochet Cheat Sheet Oombawka Design Crochet

New to sock knitting? Stacey Trock explains it.

Learn How to Knit a Sock

how to crochet with beads

Frequently used crochet abbreviations

Flattening afghan squares after truing

Italian bind-off - good for ribbing or brioche stitch

Binding off | Brioche Stitch

Knitted Bliss - 16 different ways to knit a heel in a sock. - Learning to knit: basics, stitches and beginner friendly patterns

Decreases Demystified

Twist Collective Spring 2012

After drying, the flax plant is transformed into yarn in five stages: (l-r) Pulled flax; Retted flax; Scutched flax; Hackled flax; Spun flax (yarn).

5 things about color-changing yarns

5 Things You Should Know About Color-Changing Yarns

Best sock heel ever! Easy to knit - no gaps, no wraps, no picking up stitches. Pattern is ONLY $1!!! Ravelry: Fish Lips Kiss Heel pattern by Sox Therapist

Fish Lips Kiss Heel pattern by Sox Therapist

Yarn Care Symbols

Knit in Public Week – Day 4

How to Calculate Yarn

Calculate your yarn. Ever wondered how? Here's a free guide

Did you join your knitting with a twist in the round by mistake? It can be fixed by swinging the point of one of the needles through the middle of the round. Description and video demo by wisehilda.

Wise Hilda Knits: YES YOU CAN. On fixing a twist.

Tutorial: measurements for fingerless mittens

Tutorial Measurements Fingerless Crochet Mittens

Ysolda's Technique Thursday — maintaining stitch patterns while increasing or decreasing.

ysolda - blog — Ysolda

Kitchener stitch alternative

Cabling without a cable needle

Technique Thursday - Cabling without a cable needle

ASTM Standards for Body Measurements

CYC sizing charts: woman

Calculating Stitch Increase for Top-Down Raglan Shaping – Knitter’s Simultaneous Equation.

Label made from a cloth napkin, written in ink and whipstitched onto a knit blanket

The thicker the yarn (and the bigger the hook), the more yarn you’ll need.