Colorwork Help: Holding Yarn for Stranded Knitting on Craftsy
Knitting_Tutorial -- "This article gives several options for holding your yarn when doing Fair Isle or other color knitting. The method shown in the picture is my preferred way and is well worth learning!" ❤️ KnittingGuru ❤️
Free knitting pattern for Waffle Blanket - Ana Sancho Rumeu’s squishy afghan has a 4-row, 3 stitch repeat. Once you learn it, it goes quickly. The border is an attached i-cord but if you can substitute a garter or seed stitch border if you want something simpler. Some knitters have used multi-color yarn which looks great in this stitch. This was designed as a regular sized afghan so you might customize the size when you knit.
Free knitting pattern for Lanesplitter Skirt - Tina Whitmore’s skirt is knit on the bias which creates the interesting diagonal pattern as well as keeps the edges from curling. Sizes XS [S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X] Great with multi-color yarn!
Stitch up a stunning statement scarf! This interesting technique involves working the strips together, then working them separately and repositioning them to make the weave pattern. A comprehensive photo tutorial is included. Knit with approximatel...
Spend your time knitting, not weaving in ends. Here's the final tutorial celebrating the Mosaic Sisters pattern! Today's tutorial is about how to carry yarns up the side of your work when you're knitting stripes. Doesn't matter if the stripes are narrow, wide, or take up less than a row.
Our classic hand-knit mittens cheer up chilly days, thanks to playfully mismatched color-block patterns. Buy at least two skeins of yarn in different but coordinating colors (two skeins are enough to make one pair of women's and one pair of kids' mittens), or use leftover yarn from your knitting basket. The mittens make sweet holiday gifts, so start now--and let your imagination dictate the design.