I’m stuck at work with yarn I hate (bright yellow Red Heart from my early days knitting), what should I do to use this up??
I’ve been trying so hard to master Brioche rib in the round, and after thinking I had it 100% down I am noticing that the first stitch is somehow ending up being knit twice as much as the rest, and as much as I try to avoid knitting it every row, it’s still happening.
Its causing ugly bulge in that column of stitches only and holes in the columns of purls next to it.
Any help anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated.
If you saw the Hyrule Warriors trailer and had covetous feelings about Link’s scarf, then this is the knitting pattern for you! See my finished result here.Materials:(MC) 4 skeins of sport weight I Love This Yarn in Bright Blue
(CC1) 1 skein of sport weight I Love This…
Does anyone else occasionally show off when a non-knitter is watching them knit? Like consciously getting faster while stitching? Because I do sometimes.
Guess who has finally mastered brioche rib in the round.
I really love the Harry Potter squares but man this one took some doing!
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Would anyone be interested in a “choose your own adventure” mystery knit along type thing?
Like there’d be a story that progressed with each step/section of the knitalong and a different choice or part of the pattern with each direction you chose to take the story in. So ultimately people could end up with a lot of different outcomes in both the knit and the storyline.
Is this a thing that exists already or does it not exist for a reason or am I really really onto something here?
Sockies for my mom. My first project using my handspun!
Wow! Both the yarn and the socks look fantastic!
July book photo challenge, day 3, Fluffy Read:
Needled to Death by Maggie Sefton is a fun book, especially when you are a knitter. Part murder mystery, part knitting book (including a pattern), it definitely was a nice read. It’s been a while since I read it, but I remember that I enjoyed it.