Slouchy Beanie Hat is one of the popular hat types which recently been favorite for many knitters who want to knit a special things for themselves or for their loved ones. Here is our comprehensive video tutorial which walks you through every path you need to take to make this lovely hat. Grab your materials and lets do it!
When it comes to the sweater or cardigan knitting projects, many knitters think of it as a challenging, time consuming and disappointing project. But having a right pattern in hand and patience at the same time, makes it all right to overcome the hesitation and start doing it! Here is a great example of cardigan pattern which […]
I am going to share with you a step-by-step tutorial showing how to loom knit a nice little beret hat. I know that beret is a favourite hat for most of you! So, here you go: use a 41 peg loom, thick yarn and needles 7 – 8 (US 10.5).
Knitting this pair of cute colourful wrist warmers is a easy and simple project to practice two stitches and to learn how to switch from one stitch to the other one. Cast on about 20 stitches with medium size yarn with selected needle (checkout How to measure required stitches for a project?). Depend on your wrist […]
A pair of comfy go-to sling-heel slippers to wear around the house. Use yarn size 4 and needle size between 7 and 9
The pattern is knitted in multiple of 2+1 stitches and in 6 row repeat. It is knitted with two colors. Also you need a circular or a pair of socks needles to work on this pattern. The reason is because in some rows you need to push all the stitches to the right end of the needle and knit the same row from the other side.
Knitted in a multiple of 12+1 and 8 row repeat. Row 1) p1, rep( p3, k5, p4 ) Row 2) Purl all stitches Row 3) P2tog, rep ( p2, k2, yo, k1, yo, k2, p2, p3tog), p2tog at the end of row Row 4) Purl all stitches Row 5) P2tog, rep (p1, k2, yo, k3, yo, k2, p1, p3tog), p2tog […]
How to measure required stitches for a project? After you chose your yarn and your needle, cast on 20 stitches. Knit at least 3 or 4 rows of any stitch you plan to knit, and then pull out the needle and measure the length of your knitting by a measuring tape. Now divide that number by 20 […]
While knitting sometime we need to increase stitches or even decrease stitches in order to give a specific shape or to work on a specific pattern. Like other techniques in knitting there are different ways to do increase and decrease. One of the easiest ways to do decrease is through knitting two stitches together. The other way […]