wonderful tutorial on graphing and knitting odd shapes
ODDknit - 2D Irregular Shapes
How much yarn do I need for a knitting project? printable infographic you'll use every day!
Explains why you use SSK stitches over other decreases
Knitting Tutorial: How to Sew Elastic into Sock Cuffs
Expansion of Ravelry pattern: Just in case Clara | A very handy table showing mods for sizing the pattern up and down from newborn to 4 years
Basketweave Stitch. An easy two row repeat. Plus free pattern using this stitch pattern. Snowdrift Infinity Cowl by Kalurah
This is a link to a calculator to increase evenly across a row, but if you follow the link, it will take you to a ton of calculators that figure increases evenly, decreases, stitches to pick up for a button band, putting a dart in a bust...tons of good information!
Finishing Tip: For Those Who Hate the Kitchener Stitch - Knitting Daily - Knitting Daily.
My favorite knitted buttonhole is the one-row horizontal method because it produces a much neater finish and it is one of the sturdiest of all buttonholes because it does not require additional reinforcement. Just follow my simple steps and you’ll never make a messy buttonhole again! Visit http://www.SplendidSticks.com to read on! - Looks interesting!
Kara’s Quick-Knit Tip: Buttonholes Nice & Neat | Creative Knitting Blog
TECHknitting: Avoiding "knipple in the middle:" some tricks to improve hat tops, glove fingertips and motif centers