Working a single crochet edging along a piece of knitting is quite easy — if you already know how to crochet.
[print_link] These dishrags or washcloths are so easy to knit, you can make several in one afternoon. Both are made diagonally, knitted from one point to another, in plain garter stitch. Yarn overs and simple decreases form the shaping. The blue version is made from plain cotton, with the increases worked right on the edge for […]
For those of us who live in the Western hemisphere, sumptuous fibers spun into luxurious yarns in faraway places touch our imaginations the way “Made in the USA” never can.
This easy scarf and hat set makes a perfect gift for someone homeless, or anyone needing an extra bit of warmth on a cold winter day.
Have you ever seen the instruction ktbl or k2tog-tbl (knit through the back loop) and wonder what, exactly “tbl” means? Ktbl stands for “knit through back loop.” Just as “pick up” and “pick up and knit” are somewhat confusing terminology, “knit through the back loop” can also be confusing, because each knit stitch has only one loop on the needle.