Take a knitting pattern and modify it! Find out how Cynthia MacDougall did it using the free pattern from yesterday’s post for the Snug as a Bug jacket. Shape it your way for the right fit!
Find out what ‘ease’ is and why it’s important when knitting garments that fit well and are roomy enough for comfort. Check out today’s free pattern and how ‘ease’ figures into this soft and comfy project, made with super bulky yarn, that’s sure to keep you snug as a bug!
When the question is whether to knot or not to knot, you need expert advice. Cynthia MacDougall lays out four methods for weaving in your ends when using chenille yarn whatever the size. So, when you cast on or cast off, weave in ends and join to a new yarn, or want to make a continuous strand of yarn, you’ll find the best way right here!
Using big yarn and big needles? Then, make sure your project is on the right track by knitting up your samples! Getting to know your Bella Chenille Big yarn means you’ll save time and end up with a great looking knitted product!
- Knitting Patterns and Tutorials
I’m trying out Red Heart’s Fall Berries Shawl and knitting it using Hopscotch yarn. I know what…