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    Handy link to things all knitters should know

    ungendered-yarn: “What different cast-on’s look like! ”

    How to knit with two colors reversibly, without a messy wrong side! OMG this is BRILLIANT!

    how to avoid gap when joining for knitting in the round. Good detail for knitting in the round. Will have to see if i can do it, otherwise I'll have to search out some other help.

    Amazing way to take incredible pictures - Mind Blowing Things

    Circular needle too long? Great alternative! Will come in handy when making hats.

    Embroidery on knitting! Combining two things I love to do!

    A list of sites with free knitting patterns (and you don't have to set up an account to get them)

    home & away knitting pattern collection

    When/How to block. Took a recent knitting class and the women looked at me cross eyed when I mentioned blocking the scarf project. I feel like it really smooths the stitched out & is a great last step. Blocking is RAD...suck it elitist knitter lady :P

    Brilliant trick for when you have to rip back several rows of knitting. If you want more tricks check out Tutorials section of AuntyNise, which is updated regularly.

    Double Knitting Tutorial! Wonderful! Now I can add another technique to my knitting!

    Weaving Tutorials

    Knitting with beads - using a crochet hook to add them to your knitting. This is how I do it too.

    Cabled Classic Throw Knitting Pattern - A simple cable is the essential ingredient in making this classic throw. Even though it will look intricate to non-knitters, it’s really simple to knit.

    Knitting 2 socks at once tutorial. The great thing is, she's using left over bits of yarn and gettting the socks to match by using this technique. Clever! by crazyknittinglady

    Pinner said...Projects to use up small bits of yarn. Great way to spend time with the kids

    Figure eight stitch on an Authentic Knitting Board Tadpole loom. Double sided fabric - cross stitch on one side, stockinette on other.