A Year of Techniques
We complete our course with the knitterly equivalent of bungee jumping: cutting a steek.
How to make that colorwork pattern dance.
Easier socks! We welcome the technique that can potentially banish the phrase “heel flap” from your vocabulary.
This is it: Jen’s excellent video on how to read a cable chart, and how to knit with and without a cable needle. Life changing!
A sleek, modern hat from Woolly Wormhead that teaches two easy ways to work short rows.
The clever way to make an endless loop of garter stitch. News you can use!
Wow: a modern, beautiful blanket for the modern, beautiful baby. A Year of Techniques introduces a gorgeous new pattern.
Turning a heel on a sock is one of knitting’s magic tricks. Learn how it works now, for always.
This month, we’re making a very cute hat by the lace wizard Romi Hill. It’s a beauty, so cleverly constructed.
Big day! We introduce the new project in A Year of Techniques: Ella Austin’s cheese-loving, seed-hiding, unusually lanky fellow.
Bristol Ivy’s pattern and Jen Arnall-Culliford’s video are all we need to conquer Mt. Intarsia.
Helical stripes? We’d never heard of them either. Brilliant simplicity.