I can’t stress enough the importance of knitting and crochet GAUGE when it comes to making items that are meant to fit a specific size.
Oh I just love those perfectly rounded sock toes without “EARS”! To achieve this result in kitchener stitch, you just need to work the first
Short Rows is a knitting technique, commonly used for shaping & curving knit sections (sock heels, gussets, bust shaping, shoulder shaping, etc) or for creating
Steam-blocking is a very simple and quick method that helps to improve the finished look of your knit/crochet projects. However, keep in mind that not
Wet blocking is a finishing step, recommended for most handknit items and is often used in crochet patterns. Blocking tremendously improves the finished look of
Blocking removes creases and adjusts the shape of knit and crochet projects. If your finished item is too heavy for soaking in the water, and
Working with multiple strands of yarn at once is as easy as pie! Here are a few methods for you to choose from. 3 STRANDS
Twisted yarn cords are fun and easy to make. All you need is yarn and your own hands, but a little help from a friend