Blocking a knit hat with a balloon
A formula for evenly distributing increases or decreases.
#Knitting #Tutorial - Ways to Keep Track of Your Rows When Knitting Cables.I use a Katcha row counter, but it's important to be able to count the rows in the knitted fabric and see if any error has been made, too. from Knitting Daily cabl knit, the row, front doors, stitch, knit daili, knitting tutorials, cabl row, blog, knit cabl
Knitting Cables: Keeping Track of Your Rows
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Rachael Rabbit: Tutorial: Continuous Cable Border
Dahlia Sleeve Caps
Cadence KAL: Finishing your Knit!
Get creative with your cast-ons! Learn the 5 most common cast-ons and which projects to use them on in this helpful post on the Craftsy Blog!
WOW great tutorial for calculating top-down sweater
How to figure out the remaining yardage on a partially used skien: multiply the original yardage by the yarn weight in oz, then divide this number by the skein's original weight.
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. tutorials, elizabeth zimmermann, sewing crafts, sewn bind, knitting, crochet, craft patterns, needl, better bind
the better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman). use it for the bottom of top-down sweaters and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge.
No Bump KFB: Instead of knitting into the front and back of the stitch, knit into the front of the stitch, don't remove it, go in as if you're going to knit into the back and slip it off the left needle onto the right. You eliminate the purl bump.
cast-off very elastic and easy