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How To Follow A Knitting Pattern

Once you have decided on a knitting pattern, here is some advice on how to follow a knitting pattern, or how to read a knitting pattern for the best results. Before You Start To Knit Before you start to even think about the knitting part, make sure you buy yarn closest to the one recommended… Continue reading How To Follow A Knitting Pattern

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Hand Knitting Stitches – The Types That Are Manipulated

Once you have been knitting for a while, you will definitely want to move onto more advanced hand knitting stitches. This adds to the excitement of creating a more artistic finished product and pushes you to learn some new skills within your hobby. If you want to get some ideas for hand knitting stitches, you… Continue reading Hand Knitting Stitches – The Types That Are Manipulated

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How To Knit For Beginners – Easy To Follow Videos Included

Here are some basic instructions on how to knit for beginners. While lots of people consider knitting outdated and something that only old people do, I am constantly amazed at how many people are knitting at the moment again or even learning to knit. It’s even gaining popularity with the men again. Knitting is a… Continue reading How To Knit For Beginners – Easy To Follow Videos Included

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How To Teach Your Child To Knit

In this article, I will give you some tips and ideas on how to teach your child to knit. Knitting, although some will say is old-fashioned, is actually very good for both the brain and hand-eye coordination.  It can also help your child to concentrate better, as learning to knit does require lots of concentration (and… Continue reading How To Teach Your Child To Knit

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Different Types Of Knitting – English vs Continental

Did you know that there are different types of knitting? Should I rather say there are two main styles of knitting and I am going to make a study of both of them, even though I have always done the English Style. I only recently found out that there is also a different type of… Continue reading Different Types Of Knitting – English vs Continental

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Cable Stitch Knitting And How To Do It

What Is Cable Stitch Knitting A cable stitch in knitting is a chunky cable that runs down as you knit. Cable stitch knitting sometimes resembles a plait (in more complex patterns) or can look like a twisted rope. It all depends on the pattern that you decide to use. The simple technique of cabling (crossing… Continue reading Cable Stitch Knitting And How To Do It

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How To Knit Rib Stitch For Beginners

If you are wondering what rib stitch is or even how to knit rib stitch, then read on…… When knitting rib stitch, you are making textured vertical stripes as you knit. To knit rib stitch you are basically knitting a variation of knit and purl stitches within the same row. The most common ribbing knit… Continue reading How To Knit Rib Stitch For Beginners

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PSSO Knitting – What It Is And How To Do It

What Is PSSO Knitting? PSSO Knitting refers to pass slipped stitch over, which makes a bound-off stitch in the middle of a knitted row. Pass slipped stitch over is a decrease that appears in certain stitch patterns and in double decreases (decreasing 2 stitches at the same time). You can work it from the knit or purl… Continue reading PSSO Knitting – What It Is And How To Do It

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