Do you give up when you see a pattern that doesn't offer your size? There's no need if you know how to resize knitting patterns. In this simple overview, I'll show you how.
This simple and easy-to-follow knitting tutorial will teach you how to knit in the round using the magic loop method. It's a great way to avoid ladders in your work.
Learn how to knit Judy's Magic Cast-On using this simple tutorial. It's invisible, easy and quick and perfect for toe-up socks or stockinette trims knitted in the round. Learn more about it here!
The tubular bind-off is the perfect partner to the tubular cast-on. If you're looking for a neat and stretchy bind-off for your sleeve cuffs and socks, this bind-off is perfect for you!
Many knitters use the same cast-on for every project, despite the fact that there might be better alternatives. In this tutorial, I show you how to knit the alternating cable cast-on. It's a great option for 2x2 rib!
For many knitters, sweater seaming is one of the most annoying parts of garment construction, particularly the shoulders. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to knit short row shoulders for a smooth, neat shoulder seam every time.
Picking up stitches should be a simple task, yet so many knitters find it infuriating! Here is a simple way to pick up the correct number of stitches the first time, every time.
Knitting stitch dictionaries are wonderful sources of inspiration, however, there is nothing like designing your own original stitch pattern. In this blog post, I show you how I take my own stitches from inspiration to swatch so that you can too!
A tubular selvedge makes a lovely, neat edging for flat knits such as scarves. It's very simple to create - let me teach you how!
Have you ever washed one of your hats, but found that the pompom ended up matted and fuzzy looking. Protect your pompoms by making them detachable. Here's how!
Knit faster by learning how to knit cables without a cable needle. I show you how in this simple video tutorial, with accompanying photographs and written instructions.
The long tail tubular cast on is a super stretchy cast on that is ideal for projects, such as socks and hats. Here is a simple tutorial to teach you exactly how to do it!