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If you’re someone who likes multi-tasking, this is the cast on method for you. With this video, you’ll learn to knit and cast on all in one go. So get your needles and yarn ready, and hop on the knitted cast on train… (choo, choo!)Continue Reading
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The mistakes that everyone makes can be fixed quite quickly. Let’s start with the one where you knit instead of purling or purl instead of knitting. I know! It drives me crazy! But this quick and easy to learn fix will have you sorted beforeContinue Reading
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If you’ve ever stood in a wool shop surrounded by knitting needles and felt completely baffled this is the video for you. I will guide you through the vast array of needles that I have accumulated over my years of knitting and suggest which needlesContinue Reading
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The finishing stages are around the corner if you’ve watched Beginner’s Baby Beanie: Introduction and knitted your way through Beginner’s Baby Beanie: Part one These next two videos guide you through shaping the crown of the hat… And on the home straight we will learnContinue Reading
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Whether you have a baby nearby in desperate need of a hat, or you’re like me and know that a baby hat stashed away will be useful within a few months, this tutorial series is ideal for you once you’ve learned the few basic knittingContinue Reading
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So today, it’s the thumb loop method. What is so special about this? Why bother learning more cast-on methods? And step-by-step instructions, as usual, to guide you through the process. Let me know in the comments if you have a favourite cast-on method. If you’dContinue Reading
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There are many different ways to cast on when you’re knitting a project. Here I have created a video demonstration of the loop method, which is also known as the half-hitch method. This can be used to start a project but is more likely toContinue Reading
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  Check out this second video, where I show you how to wind a neat ball of yarn from left-overs, ready to be used anytime. I often create balls of yarn, from scraps. They are ideal for preventing tangles and mess in the hidden spaceContinue Reading
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