You’ve cast on the right amount of stitches, and you’re ready to start your project. Now the next big step…join in the round! This fun technique is easy to learn and will allow you to work all those circular knitting patterns you’ve always wanted to try.
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
One of my favorite yarns. Make this simple knit hat with Wool-Ease Thick & Quick! Free pattern calls for 1 skein of yarn and sizes 13 mm) and 15 mm) circular knitting needles. Find the pattern by Carol Tyler on Ravelry!
1 2 3 4 Knitting Swedish style hat with circular needles Before knitting a new project, I went through my recent patterns and decided to add one more item to the wicker knitting set that already has knitted mitten patterns and knitted cowl
Free knitting pattern for a super simple, easy to knit seed stitch cowl. It uses one skein of yarn, and can be knitted up in one night! I may have to learn how to do that. (point: not crochet, but I only have one yarn-y board)