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The Ultimate New Knitter’s Toolkit: Needles, Yarn, and Notions to Give to the Beginners in Your Life – 12/17/2014 Recently I got the opportunity to go shopping for a ton of knitting stuff because I was buying knitting supplies for my nephew.
He is really into knitting (he’s learning from KnitFreedom videos), but he’s using old aluminum needles, acrylic yarn, and even plastic shopping bags to hold his projects in.
I decided it was time for him to see how much more fun knitting can be when you have great tools.
So I put together for him what I call the Ultimate New-Knitter’s Toolkit, and now I’m sharing it with you. These are my favorite knitting supplies for promising beginners … Continue reading
2014 KnitFreedom Holiday Gift Guide Part 3: Stocking Stuffers – 12/16/2014 Wondering what gift to buy the knitters in your life for the holidays? Continuing our gift guide series, today is all about the delightful little gifts that really make someone’s day – stocking stuffers! … Continue reading
Recently Published Patterns
Fingering-Weight Toe-Up Socks With a Heel Flap By popular demand! A basic, fingering-weight, toe-up sock pattern with a knitted-in heel flap that fits your heel snugly and that you can adjust for a high instep.
Mistake-Rib Scarf: An Easy Textured Scarf for a Man In a chunky yarn this is a perfect stitch for a guy’s scarf or sweater, and it’s super-easy – but not boring – to knit.
Most Popular Classes
Become a Knitting Superstar My knitting superstar classes give everyone a “front-row seat,” so that anyone can experience the amazing changes that my local knitting students are so excited about.
Toe-Up Socks “I just finished my first pair of 2 @ a time, toe up socks last night! Thanks to your terrific video e-book; couldn’t have done it without you!”-Vicki S.
Most Popular Articles
Top 5 Stretches For Knitting Pain Relief Like most knitters, you may have woken up Christmas morning with knitting pain in your hands, fingers, and joints. Here are proven stretches for relief.
Short-Rows: Learn to Wrap and Turn Short rows are becoming a hot topic on Ravelry, so here’s a nice, clear tutorial on how to do them.