The magic loop method for circular knitting one of my favorite skills to teach. Not only is it easy to master, but it can actually save time and money, and perhaps even help you get a better fit in your hand knitted garments.Here is a handy illustrated cheat-sheet I made showing how to get started with the magic loop method for circular knitting. I print this and give it to my stu...
Knitting needle sizes can be confusing. That’s because different countries have different ways of numbering their knitting needles. To help you decipher the world of knitting needle sizes, refer to the charts below! Knitting Needle Sizes Chart for US and UK This knitting needle size conversion chart compares knitting needles in the US and UK, […]
I recently discovered hand-knitted socks and thought that they would be so much fun to make. It’s actually pretty easy and I love creating something that I can wear. If you are familiar with knitting and want to give socks a try, I made instructions for using 9-inch circular needles based on Simply In Stitches‘ […]
**This listing is for the PDF pattern/instructions/recipe** Circular knitting machine pattern for the Fox scarf pictured. Skills needed: Cast on/off with a needle - no waste yarn is used in this pattern Basic sewing skills This pattern is beginner/intermediate level. You will need one machine to make this scarf. It can be made with either a 40, 46, or 48 pin knitting machine. **listing is for the PDF PATTERN ONLY
Knitting socks or sleeves two at a time (2aat) is, in my not so humble opinion, the best way to avoid SSS (second sock syndrome) or SI (sleeve island). Both of these issues crop up when one of two identical items are complete and the thought of repeating the exact same steps again make us crazy! But, I have a solution that might just keep your fingers working without the dreaded SSS!