Fisherman’s rib is a lovely way to give some interest to cuffs and bands where you’d usually use single or double ribbing. The idea of this interesting ribbing is to make a thicker fabric. And in that respect came from a desire to make knitwear to keep the body warmer. Fisherman’s rib is recognised as an . . .

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This may seem like a topic with a simple answer! (no it’s not April Fool’s Day!) But how many different types of needles do you own? And how many times have you picked up your knitting and gone wrong from the very first stitch? In today’s quick video I’ll show you the very basics of . . .

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This may seem like a topic with a simple answer! (no it’s not April Fool’s Day!) But how many different types of needles do you own? And how many times have you picked up your knitting and gone wrong from the very first stitch? In today’s quick video I’ll show you the very basics of . . .

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Knitting one below in a pattern is usually about adding more interest to the texture of the fabric. You may also find it in slip-stitch colour knitting where you’ll get intriguing effects by utilising the stitch from the previous row to switch between colours. Join me for this video tutorial where I’ll have a quick . . .

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Knitting for profit isn’t easy. There are a lot of steps to take to set yourself up as someone who knits and ask money at the end of the project. You have to stand confident in your talent and experience as a knitting. You need to be a good enough knitter to knit all your . . .

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