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    Welcome your new arrival with warm cuddles in a soft blanket that you can adapt to almost any weight of yarn. The solid center panel keeps out the winter chill (and knits up quickly), while the cables-and-lace border adds royal elegance for your little prince or princess.



    Baggy wave-sweater ~ For a fashionable way to stay cozy and comfy, try free knitting patterns for sweaters like the Baggy Wave Sweater. With a loose, flowy fit and alpaca wool, easy knitting patterns like this are the epitome of comfort.

    5 1/2 hour throw - I made this as a wedding gift, but liked it so much I ended up keeping it for myself. Love it, so easy to make and still warm and comfy.

    Fantastic tips for perfect underarms in seamless, top-down sweaters. I love Georgie Hallam's patterns, and this tutorial is not to be missed!

    Invisible join - I knew there had to be an easier way!.

    THE WEAVERS KNOT…….HOW TO TIE. Good for crochet too - leave ends long enough to weave in.

    A simple but beautiful hat pattern in moss stitch! Love moss stitch. How about matching cowl? free pattern

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    Love Socks: a free pattern on Ravelry || Devon Clement

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    Stitch Story: The Invisible Fasten Off (one of my favorite crochet techniques)

    St. John's Wort is a gorgeous traditional lace knitting stitch that is easy and fun to knit up, perfect for shawls and other lacy items! Abbreviations: k = knit p = purl sl = slip a stitch without working it from the left needle to the right one psso = pass the slipped stitch over…

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    Sweater Techniques Series – Gramps Baby Cardigan – 4 / 6 : Top-Down Sweater Construction – Body and Arms | Tin Can Knits

    Tips on knitting neat underarms on sleeves by Tikki Knits.

    Picture of Slide the rod out of the ball of yarn.

    A Cable Cast On is a good way to cast on stitches in the middle of your knitting. Often a pattern asks you to be knitting along and then says, cast on some number of stitches. I almost always use a Cable Cast On in that situation. This example comes from our Baby Bloomers Project Journal.