How to finish off a circular knit project. There are lots of little tricks in knitting that you don’t necessarily learn when you’re learning how to knit, particularly if you learned from the Internet (not that there’s anything wrong with that; I’m proud to teach people to knit …

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alice springs beanie festival winnerFunky hats abounded in Alice Springs, Australia, with the Beanie Festival and Exhibition that took place late last month. (This article says it goes on through mid-July but I’m not seeing that anywhere on the event’s website, but …

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check out this amazing knit circuit wristband!I will never say that I’ve seen it all when it comes to knitting, because people are endlessly creative when it comes to uses for knitting, ways to knit and things to knit that I don’t think there’s an end …

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seams in seamless garmentsA couple of weeks ago I shared with you a post from Audrey Knight about her process for adding seams to a seamless sweater for extra stability and durability.

Since last we checked in with her she’s now written about …

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adding "seams" to a top down seamless sweaterI’m kind of conflicted when it comes to seams and sweaters. I understand logically that seams are important. They bring stability to a piece, can help it hold its shape through washing and wearing, and can be used to …

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use a dpn to fold and hold a knitting projectWhether you’re traveling this summer or just want to do a bit of knitting on the go without dragging your whole knitting tool arsenal with you, there are some great hacks you can do to use regular household items to …

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sample lace chartOnce you have a few simple projects under your belt, you might want to try out some more complex lace knitting, and that often means that you will need to — or at least have the option to — read …

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feather and fan washclothWhenever I talk about lace knitting I always bring up Feather and Fan, a term which is sometimes used interchangeably with Old Shale, though technically they’re different patterns.

Whatever variation of the pattern you use, it combines a series of …

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easy knit lace scarvesA scarf is a great place to start if you’re new to lace knitting because it’s small and quick to complete and usually uses the same, small, repeating stitch pattern throughout.

My Razor Shell Scarf uses a two-row repeat, and …

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candle flame cowlBecause I can do that, I decided that this week ought to be devoted to lace knitting. Lace is great for summer, and it’s fun to knit any time. Even just a little bit of lace as an edging or …

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finger knitting craftfoxesI’ve been writing a lot this week over on About about arm knitting, but another great way to knit without needles is finger knitting.

Finger knitting is a good way to get kids started because they don’t have to …

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sampler baby blanketI love to knit baby blankets, and I like patterns that have fun details both for the knitter and the parents and child to enjoy.

This Easy Baby Blanket from The Things We Do is a lot of fun because …

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mitered shawl lion brandLion Brand Amazing yarn is a lot of fun, and I’m kind of in love with this Mitered Shawl knitting pattern that uses that pretty self-striping yarn.

Using mitered squares with multicolored yarn is an easy way to break up …

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magic sleeve jordana paigeI enjoy knitting sweaters and tops, but I will admit that I’m not a huge fan of knitting sleeves. For one thing, I always seem to knit one a few rows longer than the other, even when I’m counting carefully. …

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arm knit spring infinity scarfOne thing that bothers me a little about the arm knitting trend is that a lot of the projects tend to come out looking them same. They’re big, bulky scarves or cowls that may be great for winter but are …

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