How to Knit a Farmhouse Kitchen Dishcloth
Learn how to knit a farmhouse kitchen dishcloth with this simple, beginner pattern commonly known as Grandmother’s Favorite Dishcloth. All right friends, it’s time again for another instalment of our cozy living series, hosted by my friend Jennifer at Town & Country Living. I always look forward to seeing the cozy inspiration that everyone has to…
DIY Knit Twine Scrubbing Sponge — Cashmere Plaid
The other day I was scrolling through Pinterest, as you do, and came across this photo . Of course the link was broken, causing me to become obsessive. I scoured the website trying to find the tutorial on how to make the delightfully rustic looking DIY sponge thing of my dreams but alas, no luck. I
How to Seam 2 finished knitted pieces with a knit strip
How to seam two finished pieces of knitting with a knitted section, this technique can be particularly useful if you are making a blanket with many squares, or have made a garment that needs a little extra room. This seaming is easily removed as all you have to do is rip it out the same way you would with any knit fabric, and could be used for a design purpose such as adding a stripe of alternating color or a decorative element like a cable. To begin gather your two pieces that need joining…
How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches | Make:
Break out your yarn and make mistakes without worry with this handy tutorial for safely ripping back knitting stitches!
How to Knit two together (K2tog) and Purl two together (P2tog) | Jo-Creates
In this post I’m going to show you how to Knit two together (K2tog) and Purl two together (P2tog) These are both “decrease” knitting stitches. These techniques will help you reduce the number of stitches that you have. Your pattern will usually tell you which to use. How to Knit two together (K2tog) This is …
Free Crochet Pattern for a Tree Bark Throw ⋆ Crochet Kingdom
Free Crochet Pattern for a Tree Bark Throw. Skill Level: Easy Bulky yarn in a richly dimensional cluster stitch blanket pattern. Free Pattern More Patterns Like This!
Beginner Knit Kimono Cardigan Free Knitting Pattern
I recently shared a crocheted Cascading Kimono Cardigan Pattern here on the blog so I thought it might be fun to share this knit kimono pattern today! This particular kimono is completely beginner friendly and it's made with my all time favorite super bulky yarn and large needles. It's so comfortable to wear and it's warm too as it's made with a wool blend (a soft wool blend - I don't do that itchy scratchy stuff too well). And if you can't wear wool, you can easily substitute any super…