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  • This table runner features mock cables, some lace, and petal details in columns of different designs that will look great in any room, and at any occasion. This is a fun knit with beautiful results!

    Free Knitting Pattern:  Lace & Cables Table Runner

    Free Knitting Pattern: Lace & Cables Table Runner

    by Donna Herron13

  • Over my years of knitting, I've discovered an easy and safe way to block most of my knitting projects. I hope these hints answer some of the questions that most people face when blocking, explain the different methods, and offer some suggestions on the best technique to finish your favorite knitwear.

    Knitting Hints:  A Simple Guide to Blocking

    Knitting Hints: A Simple Guide to Blocking

    by Donna Herron15

  • Free knitting pattern for a headband/ear warmer and matching mitts in horizontal reverse stockinette rib stitch.

    Easy Knit Headband and Mitts

    Easy Knit Headband and Mitts

    by KT Dunn0

  • Learn the basics of using a rectangular loom, round/circular loom, and spool loom. Complete with video tutorials and some beginner project ideas.

    How to Knit Using a Rectangular Loom

    How to Knit Using a Rectangular Loom

    by Samantha Harris10

  • Lost the instructions or just a bit confused? Try this step-by-step tutorial and you'll be able to teach your children how to use a knitting fork in no time!

    How to Use a Knitting Fork or Lucet

    How to Use a Knitting Fork or Lucet

    by Fay Cooke1

  • Ever wonder why the first stitch (or sometimes the last) is slipped when you follow a knitting pattern? It's a technique in knitting to form an even edge of the final knitted garment. Learn how to form an even edge with this technique and why it works.

    Why Slip First or Last Stitch in a Knitting Pattern (Slip 1)?

    Why Slip First or Last Stitch in a Knitting Pattern (Slip 1)?

    by Katy Medium0

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