Nov 06

6 Ways To Get Paid To Knit

Knitting For Profit

Last week I gave you some tips on how to start the plan for knitting for profit. The main idea was to knit up a few items and sell them. It’s a great way to fill up your purse with yarn money and gift the luxury of hand-knitted hats, scarves, mitts, jumpers, tea cosies to […]

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Oct 30

3 Essential Tips For Selling Your Knitting

Knitting For Profit

If you’ve been knitting for a while, there comes a point where you realise that your wardrobe is filled with cardigans and jumpers (how many do you actually need?!). Then there’s that pile of knitted hats and scarves by the boot cupboard. It starts falling over regularly during the colder months as it’s so high […]

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Oct 23

How To Wear A Knitted Scarf (12 ways)

Odds and Ends

As knitters we probably have a pile of scarves and cowls within arms-reach all year round. (Not to mention mitts, hats and comfy cardigans!) And we’re just itching to throw one (or more!) of them around our shoulders as soon as there’s a slight chill in the air in September. (or as this year has […]

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Oct 16

How To s1, k2tog, psso

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

This little collection of knitting jargon achieves one thing… it decreases your stitches on a knit row. Most importantly it decreases three stitches into one. Just like the k3tog we learned last week. (click here to see that video too) And if you’re looking for a dramatic affect, this is the way to go! You’ll […]

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Oct 09

How To K3tog

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

This is another knitting jargon video (I know how much you love them!). Let’s make some dramatic shaping on our fabric with decreasing 3 stitches into 1 in the form of k3tog. It’s easy to get confused and wonder whether the knitting dictionary is pulling your leg, “ha!” said Cable, the knitting dictionary compiler, “I […]

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Sep 24

DIY Friendship Bracelet

Knitting Patterns

If you’re stuck with scraps of yarn and left-overs from bigger projects you might wonder whether to declutter your yarn storage or find another use for them. You’re in the right place as this might sway you towards knitting up a floury of multi-coloured bracelets, for your friends, a school fundraiser, gifts or yourself! This pattern […]

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