Wondering how to Sl1, K1, psso? You'll find this technique used in many knitting patterns to decrease one stitch. Follow these three simple steps or watch the short 1-minute video tutorial to see how each stitch... Continue reading
Let’s be honest: cable knitting looks amazing but using a cable needle can be a bit annoying. It slows you down, gets lost down the back of the couch and just feels a little clumsy.... Continue reading
Bobbles are three-dimensional stitches that create fun texture on your fabric. They are very popular in traditional Aran-style sweaters, but you will also spot them as decorative features on lots of knitwear these days. Whilst... Continue reading
Weaving in ends is a task that many makers dislike, however, it is often unavoidable when making something that requires multiple skeins of yarn. Whenever you join a new skein, there will be ends to... Continue reading
Our in-house knitting patterns are designed to cover a wide range of sizes but what if you are between sizes? In this blog post, we will show you how simply adjusting your gauge can help... Continue reading
Swatching. The task that keeps us from casting on our knitting projects right away. But, whether you like it or not, swatching is essential - especially if you're knitting a garment that needs to fit... Continue reading
Today we’re sharing 5 tips for improving your phone photography that Kate O’Sullivan, our Brand Marketing Manager, uses all the time to create many of the images you see on our social media, website and... Continue reading
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