The term pooling is when the colors of a variegated, speckled, or tonal yarn start to stack or come together in one place when knitting or crocheting.
Summer Knitting Camps were a big hit!
Let's finish those forgotten projects.
Gauging. Probably one of the most unpopular steps of knitting or crocheting, right next to weaving in ends. (Ok, I admit it. I despise weaving in ends) But also one of the most important steps before
Each month you will receive a skein of yarn, not sold in our store, a knit or crochet pattern and yarn related gift. We’ve chosen to create our subscription box
The magic loop method allows you to knit those small diameter tubes like sleeves, mittens, gloves, and socks without having to use Double Pointed Needles.
You just spent the past month or more knitting a shawl, but for some reason it doesn’t look like the one in the pattern photo. Are you wondering what you’ve done wrong?
Here's a brief breakdown of different casting on techniques.