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Expert knitting hacks for better results

A massive list of knitting hacks, hints, tips, and tricks for neater, faster or better results. Are you ready to change your knitting game forever? Are you sick and tired of the same old knitting hacks that get perpetuated all over the internet (like using a tea kettle as a yarn holder or rubber bands …

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How to convert a knitting pattern from in the round to flat knitting

A step-by-step tutorial showing you how to convert knitting in the round to straight needles and everything you need to pay attention to So, your pattern is for knitting with circular or double-pointed needles but you don’t know how to do that (yet) or you simply don’t like it? And now you are wondering if …

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How to join seams in garter stitch edge stitch to cast-on edge

A step-by-step tutorial on seaming two pieces in garter stitch cast-on edge to selvage stitch in a super invisible way Seaming can be a super fun way to join two smaller pieces of knitted fabric and turn them into something that says wow. Even as a beginner, you could knit a huge afghan using simple …

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Knitting skill levels

How to assess your knitting skill level, figure out how good you are, and which patterns are suitable for you. Do you want to know how good you are at knitting? Or do you want to knit a pattern but it says “for experienced knitters” and you have no clue if you fall within that …

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Fair Isle Knitting Tutorial for beginners

A step-by-step tutorial on how to knit Fair Isle patterns, how to catch floats, and many tips for neater results with this colorwork technique Do you want to knit stunning projects in two colors? Have you seen beautiful sweaters, hats, and socks with intricate colorwork, and now you want to knit one too? Well, then …

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15 Common knitting mistakes

A massive list of frequent knitting mistakes and how to fix them – including tons of pictures and a video. Are you a beginner and now you are wondering about common knitting mistakes you might not even realize you are making? Or have you noticed something that doesn’t seem right in your knitting and now …

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Knit vs purl

Explaining the difference between a knit stitch vs a purl stitch – including a diagram Are you wondering what’s the difference between a knit stitch vs a purl stitch? What’s the key difference between knitting the two and is there an easy way to keep track of them? Well, this tutorial will show you the …

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How to count rows in knitting

A step-by-step tutorial on counting rows – no matter if it’s garter stitch, stockinette stitch, cables, or any other pattern. Your knitting pattern tells you to knit 5, 10, or 20 rows, you lost track, and now you have no clue if you need to continue knitting or not? Fear not because in this tutorial …

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How to price hand-knit items

A handy little guide showing you how much to charge for a hand-knit hat, socks or sweater and important facts you need to consider Do you love knitting and you want to turn it into a business? Or maybe a colleague asked you to knit something for them and now you are wondering how to …

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Is getting gauge an illusion?

A close look at the biggest myth in knitting and why I personally believe that getting gauge is actually impossible So, you’ve knitted your gauge swatch. Diligently. You went down a needle size, you even adjusted your tension, you picked a different yarn and needle material, and there it is: You count your stitches and …

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