Once you know this – it’ll be your go-to seaming technique It really is that good. It’s my go-to technique for finishing knits of all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re seeming a jumper, a baby cardigan or a Christmas Hat like this one, it’s a fast and practical way to join the two sides. And yes, as . . .
This week’s topic is one of my favourites. The habit of knitting. I’ve 7 tips for you, to help you build the knitting habit and keep it going once it’s in place. The beauty of something like knitting is that as soon as it becomes a natural part of your day and week, it’s there to support you . . .
Tassels are a great way to finish a scarf with a flourish But making them can get a bit involved. So today I’ve got a hack for you. When I was knitting this shawl I noticed something with the yarn and realised it would be a lot easier than before to make tassels. It was . . .
There’s one thing I love in the knitting world The trend that becomes a classic. And no, I’m not talking legwarmers! They were a trend, twice, and they belong in the ballet studios for ever and a day! The twist headband is a great example of this, along with edge-to-edge cardigans, long stripey scarves (Doctor . . .
Is it just me or do you let the seam-sewing wait and wait and wait too? I’ve had two of these projects waiting since July and one of them is more recent, but filming this video has made me sew the seams and weave in the ends. If you have the same sitting next to you . . .
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