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Combine variegated Sock-Ease with other yarns, like our Fishermen's Wool in this Hudson River Cowl, to create fabulous and unique tweeds! Free pattern.

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Lion Brand presents 10 Tips on Preventing, Catching, and Fixing Mistakes for Knitters.

10 Tips on Preventing, Catching, and Fixing Mistakes for Knitters

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How to knit for beginners- this lady actually really helped me learn lol

newborn knitting patterns free

Barbara Breiter goes over 6 Tips for Knitting in the Round.

Lion Brand Notebook

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Free Baby Shrug Pattern for Summer! Best Gift You Can Make Quickly!

Naknek: a loose and wide shrug knitted in moss stitch. Pattern available in English and Norwegian. This particular one is knitted in DROPS Eskimo.

Ravelry: Naknek pattern by Stella Charming

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LottieDa's Drop Stitch Scarf. Other pinned said: Cast on 70 st. With 13 needle. 20 rows of grater. Then with 11 needles .Row 1: K1 yo, repeat to end. Ending with a k sts. 2nd row k1, drop all yo & K the K sts. to end. Keep repeating both rows. I just knitted till I had enough yarn to do garter. Knit garter with 13 needles at bottom, same as other end. Bind off!

Ravelry: LottieDa's Drop Stitch Scarf

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Simple ladder lace - Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stitches dividable with 4). Knit 2 rows Knit pattern row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times. Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length. Knit 1 row.

Pieni Lintu: DIY knitted bolero. Garter and stockinette stitch rectangle then fold and sew as in picture, easy.

Knitting in the Round with 1 Circular Needle - How to Knit Tutorials from KnitPicks.com

This has been an awesome reference for me since I started knitting again.

How to Join in the Round Invisibly - knitting technique!

Instructions to make: Magnum Reversible Vest/Wrap PDF Pattern. $6.50, via Etsy.

How to count rows in Garter Stitch and Stockinette Stitch. Very clear explanation.