How to Prepare for Craft Shows: 6 Tips for Knitters

Are you curious about turning your passion for knitting into a business? Perhaps you’ve been inspired by the entrepreneurial tips in The Knitting Times, or maybe your loved ones have been inquiring about buying your scarves and mittens. Becoming a vendor at a craft fair is a great way to get started! These tips will […]

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Self Patterning Fingerless Mitts Knitting Pattern

Fingerless mitts are are really fun thing to knit. Knit flat, all you have to do is knit a rectangle and then sew up the seam, leaving a hole for your thumbs. This simplicity means that its possible to be ultra creative with the yarn and pattern within the rectangle. Fingerless mitts are therefore an […]

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Super Chunky Stash Buster Cowl Knitting pattern

If you like to knit with super chunky yarn you may have several bits and bobs hanging around which are longing to be turned into something lovely. This statement piece cowl may be just the answer. The cowl is knit on 15mm (US size 19) knitting needles using whatever yarns you have that need using […]

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Knitting Hats On Circular Needles – Tips For Straight Needle Knitters

If you are like me and learnt how to knit on straight needles, you may feel daunted by the prospect of knitting in the round on circular needles. Maybe you have noticed the multitude of hat knitting patterns which are knit in the round and don’t quite know where to start. This was me a […]

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the Handy Little Cowl

I was recently on a mission to use up some leftover yarn and this little cowl was part of the resulting destash. It is such a handy little cowl to wear, and was so quick and easy to knit, that I decided to share the pattern. The cowl is made with chunky yarn and was […]

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