Category Archives: Being A Knitter

The Seven Immutable Laws of Business, Knitting, and Life, According to Liat Gat

Here are seven things I believe in more than anything else. These seven rules have helped me guide my life, monitor my actions, and let me know what I should do in tricky situations. I’m sharing these rules with you … Continue reading

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Advanced Knitting: Exactly How to Get Started Creating the Projects of Your Dreams

In the Tree of Techniques (my visual guide to becoming a better knitter, below) the top of the tree represents advanced knitting. In the wrong spot? Read my posts on Beginner Knitting and Intermediate Knitting. These projects are what most … Continue reading

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Intermediate Knitting: How to Go From Knitting Basic Scarves to Making Beautiful Hats and Socks

In my last post I talked to you about the Tree of Techniques – specifically the trunk of the tree which contains the foundations of knitting for beginners. Today I want to talk to you about the sweet spot at … Continue reading

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Knitting for Beginners: Your Step-by-Step Roadmap to Knitting Success

If you’ve been following along with my most recent blog posts, you’ll know we’ve been talking about how to choose the path that’s right for you so you can improve your knitting on your own. One of the tools I … Continue reading

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What I Learned From Knitting 200 Bind-Offs

198… 199… 200… As you may know by now, I’ve been working over the past three months to bring you a new and amazing e-book on bind-offs. What you may not know is that I did not have an endless … Continue reading

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