If you're searching a yarn store and constantly see the phrase, 'dk yarn' you might start scratching your head, (or stroking your beard!) Is it another part of the secret knitting jargon that is driving you batty and making you feel totally inadequate?
If you are curious about yarn for knitting or crochet, you are in the right place. We discuss different yarn fibers, yarn ply, and how to read a yarn label. Additionally, this post will address the different yarn weights and you will have the opportunity to download a Free Yarn Weight Chart. https://nourishandnestle.com/all-about-yarn-for-knitting-crochet/
This is a very simple pattern for small, 3-round solid granny squares. These squares are perfect for stash busting all those oddments of DK yarn left over from other projects and take just minutes to make. You can pop a...
This page contains affiliate links. This is a stash buster project to use up leftover yarn from other projects. You can use any yarn you want to use. I used leftovers of Stylecraft Special DK - each square used approximately 7-8g of DK yarn (each square measured approximately 11.5cm x 12cm). I used a size
As a beginning crocheter, I was mystified by all there is to know about yarn and craft supplies. My stash was exclusively Red Heart yarn and cheap-o wooden hooks from Amazon (don’t judge me!). Over the years, I’ve expanded my horizons and even played around with lighter weight yarns that are rarely advertised to us […]