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Evermore yarn from Red Heart!

Evermore yarn: care instructions, tension, needles and loft

Evermore is a really interesting yarn to work with. It’s a single strand of roving-like yarn with a gentle twist ...
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The Mobius Cowl

Knitting the Mobius Cowl with jumbo yarn and sewing the ends

Yesterday we looked at a perfect project using Couture Jazz yarn, a jumbo yarn, making the Basketweave Pillow. This make ...
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The pattern photo from the Basketweave Pillow pattern

Knitting the Basketweave Pillow pattern and joining jumbo yarn

You might have chuckled as you read my post yesterday on how my jumbo yarn swatch turned into an arm ...
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The largest swatch I have ever knit. There were 16 balls of yarn that went into this recliner throw.

The jumbo yarn swatch that got away from me

The 6 tips I mentioned yesterday for knitting with jumbo yarn is making the task so easy that I'm venturing ...
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This unique shape is really catching on in newer shawl patterns. The curve causes it to hang on your shoulders nicely.

The hazards of following a complex knitting pattern from your phone

Yesterday, I went over the Fall Berries Shawl pattern and how it looks knit up using Red Heart's Hopscotch yarn, I wanted ...
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The lovely textured Fall Berries Shawl

Making the Fall Berries Shawl using the multi-colored Hopscotch yarn

I'm trying out Red Heart’s Fall Berries Shawl and knitting it using Hopscotch yarn. I know what you’re thinking, this pattern has a ...
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From front to back the colors Waterslide, Jump Rope, and Kick ball.

Multi-colored Hopscotch yarn makes it hard to skip the craft aisle

Hopscotch yarn from Red Heart is the perfect yarn for beginner knitters. It’s easy to work with and there are ...
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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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Red Heart's Two-Pointed Hat. Click through for the free pattern.

Knitting the Two-Point Hat pattern with Soft yarn

The pattern I chose to go over with you using Soft yarn by Red Heart is the Two-Pointed Hat pattern. I think ...
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The lovely colors Biscuit, Leaf and Sea Foam.

The qualities and benefits of knitting with Red Heart Soft yarn

Our yarn this week is Soft by Red Heart. I'm continually impressed by the range of high quality yarn produced ...
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This acrylic toque has a wedge of hot pink where the decreases begin, and the colors start to spiral in the opposite direction to the rest of the hat.

The pros and cons of singles and variegated yarns

All week, I've been working with and reviewing Alpaculence, a singles yarn in a light fingering weight, that has fiber ...
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Placing the cable cast on stitch back onto the left needle

How to knit on an I-cord edging

A couple pairs of socks and a shawl later (see yesterday's post), I thought how fun it would be to ...
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What the top of your hat will look like with all the finished decreases.

Making decreases for your knitted hat

We're almost finished knitting our Top This hats this week on the KNITmuch blog! In our last post we talked ...
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Knitting in the round requires either circular needles or double-pointed needles.

2 Ways to knit a hat in the round, which is better?

Have you ever knitted a project "in the round" before? If you haven't, a whole world of new projects and ...
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Stitch markers never run out of uses.

Learning from our knitting

This week on the blog has been all about simple tools and tips to help you make the most of ...
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Measuring your stitches

Measuring your stitches

First, knit the swatch. Second, count the stitches! In yesterday’s post we talked a bit about swatching for your knitting ...
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