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Advanced Knitting: Exactly How to Get Started Creating The Projects of Your Dreams – 11/7/2014 In the Tree of Techniques (my visual guide to becoming a better knitter) the top of the tree represents advanced knitting.
These projects are what most KnitFreedom readers say that they would like to be able to knit within the next 1-3 years… Continue reading
Intermediate Knitting: How to Go From Knitting Basic Scarves to Making Beautiful Hats and Socks – 11/4/2014 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 the middle of the tree which I think is the key to becoming a knitting superstar… 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.