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This yarn is so soft that it can be worn next to the skin. For this reason, these sweaters are not super loose and bulky.

Bobbles on the yoke: knitting a child’s top-down sweater using Toy Box

This week we've been exploring projects to knit using Premier Yarns Toy Box. Today, I share with you a pattern for ...
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To make the toe, start knitting in the round and once the ideal length is reached, you start decreasing until a small number of stitches remain to be grafted.

Knit easy child slippers with Toy Box colors

While looking for free patterns for children's items that could be knit with Toy Box yarn for yesterday's post, I discovered an ...
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These 2 fun toys lend themselves to being worked up in a self-striping chunky weight yarn like Toy Box.

6 patterns are very soft knit up in Toy Box yarn

When a new yarn comes along, like Premier Yarns Toy Box, there hasn't necessarily been enough time for the yarn ...
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This swatch of Toy Box Hula Hoop was knit on size US 11 [8mm] needles.

Using a swatch to practice weaving in ends with a crochet hook

I know that those of us who do swatch do so because we want our finished items to knit to ...
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This soft yarn comes in colorways reminiscent of favorite toys. This is the Lincoln Logs colorway.

Out of the Toy Box! Knitting with marled, self-striping chunky yarn

What have you knit with a self-striping bulky yarn that has a barber pole twist to it? Anything for the ...
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Yummy tweed yarn

Knitting a versatile gift bag using leftover yarn

This week, we've been looking at ways to use up leftover yarn to make items for the 2018 holidays, and ...
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This little pine cone would be a lovely addition to any outdoorsy themed Christmas tree.

Using hyperbolic theory to knit a holiday ornament

I can't get around a math book without a calculator, and calculus was a real challenge for me, but I ...
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Classic Shades Frenzy

How to knit and finish sturdy gift boxes

Continuing with this week's theme of knitting for the 2018 holidays with scrap yarn, I'll show you how to knit ...
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A six-point start ends up as a 12 point snowflake using yarn-over eyelets to create the lacy motif.

Knitting a flat circle in the round becomes a crumb catcher

I hope you found some leftover Radiant Cotton yarn to try the double knitting technique in my tutorial from yesterday's ...
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Coasting right into double knitting

Coasting right into double knitting

This week I'm already getting ready for the holidays at the end of this year by knitting small quick projects ...
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The raised ribbing stitch pattern of this poncho ensures that the texture will still stand out from the halo of the yarn.

Revolutions, fade your way through handsome hand knits

This week I'm enjoying the task of reviewing Revolutions by Universal Yarn. In the last couple of posts, I took ...
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True to my predictions, the colors of Revolutions gradually fade from one to the next and are highlighted by the wedges formed with short rows.

Simple arithmetic makes an adventure out of an Asymmetrical Shawl

This week we're looking at Revolutions yarn. This is a gradual gradient fuzzy and chunky yarn that lends itself readily to being ...
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Alpaca and mohair fibers create a glowing halo in the Grape Attack colorway of Revolutions yarn.

4 tips for knitting with fuzzy yarn

This week's yarn is colorful, fuzzy Revolutions by Universal Yarn. Yesterday, we looked at all of the 8 colorways available for this ...
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The autumnal hues of the Port colorway of Revolutions is the perfect yarn to complement a wardrobe full of earth tones.

Revolutions, a yarn that fades one gorgeous color into another

This week I'm knitting with a fuzzy yarn from Universal Yarn called Revolutions. It’s a bulky weight yarn that consists of ...
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Softness both in its texture and in its gradual color transitions makes Revolutions one of the most delectable yarns on the market this winter.

Revolutions: A trendy gradient yarn meets luxurious winter coziness

This week we'll be exploring the luscious softness and delicate gradations of color in a new-to-the-market cozy gradient yarn called ...
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Evenly wound strands several layers deep create the best looking pompoms

A knitted beanie is enhanced by twisting stitches in the ribbing

This week we're looking at Universal Yarns Major. Yesterday, I shared a free beanie hat pattern to knit and today ...
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This hat spirals naturally to a point in a 5-panel twist. The colors in Major yarn enhances this look.

Knitting a beanie using marled yarn and THIS spiral textured shaping

Chunky marled yarn makes colorful, warm, and quick-to-knit accessories. This week we're looking at Major yarn, a great example of marled ...
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These subdued blues and grays will relax anyone who needs a break and a little warmth. Just add a cup of tea and a good book!

4 free patterns to knit with Major yarn

This week we're looking at a soft, quick-to-knit, squishy yarn called Major, by Universal Yarn. Yesterday I shared what happened ...
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The soft drape of this knit fabric is a result of a well-constructed yet soft and squishy yarn.

Should you hand-wash acrylic knits?

This week we continue to look at Major by Universal Yarn. This 100% acrylic yarn can be washed in cool ...
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Major is a soft, colorful bulky yarn that knits up into warm winter items with ease and speed.

Knitting with Major by Universal Yarn

Welcome back! This week we're looking at the qualities of Major, a soft, bulky yarn by Universal Yarn and its ...
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