The following hints and tips were shared with me by visitors to this website. Store your patterns in plastic wallets in a ring binder. This keeps them clean and makes them easy to look through when you’re looking for a new project. When you put your work down always push the stitches down the needles […]
Cable hat in James Brett Woodlander yarn
Here in the UK we’re having an early October heatwave with temperatures up around 90°C. And I’ve just finished this hat ready for winter! The pattern is a repeating group of 5 plain stitches and a simple 8 stitch cable separated by pairs of purl stitches. My next project will be the gloves to go […]
Knitting Know-How Issue #2
Hello and welcome to this issue of Knitting Know-How. In this issue: Buttonholes: Video demonstration of both single stitch buttonholes, and buttonholes where you cast off two stitches and then cast them on again to make the buttonhole. The Secrets of Knitting For Profit: Book review of a book by Liz Raad covering everything you […]
Patchwork Waistcoat Update
Finished the right front last night.
Knitting Know-How – Issue #1
Hello and welcome to this first issue of the Knitting Know-How Newsletter. In this edition: How to Tink – Video demonstrating how to unknit (tink) one stitch at a time. Intarsia Knitting DVD – learn how to do picture knitting. Submit your questions And remember, if you have any knitting related questions, drop me an […]
Inspired by the Patchwork Knitting workshop last weekend I’ve now embarked on a new project. This is going to be a waistcoat with pointed fronts using the chevron technique we learned at the weekend.
Patchwork Knitting Day
Spent yesterday at a Patchwork Knitting Day in Marlow Bottom organised by Jill Brownjohn of Crafty Events and led by Heather Murray (www.heatherknits.com) and Rosie Sykes. Great fun and learned lots. I have done patchwork knitting before but having not done any for several years I’d forgotten the nuances!
Knitting Site Relaunch
Welcome to the new look Knitting Site! I’m really excited about the new direction for the site and I’m planning on being much more involved on a day to day basis. John (my husband and technical whizz) and I have spent the last few weeks moving the whole site onto a new platform. This gives […]