Knitting Patterns

Knitting Patterns

Casting Off

Once you have finished your piece, you cannot simply slide it off the needles of course. You need to secure the stitches first to avoid unraveling your master piece! Enter, casting off. You’ll have to cast...

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Casting On

 WHERE TO START 1. First, watch the tutorial video! 2. Pick up your ball of yarn and pull about 51cm from the ball. 3. Carefully, make a slipknot right in the middle of the pulled piece of...
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Knit Stitch

The knit stitch (together with the purl stitch, slightly trickier) forms the basis of many knitted pieces. It is straightforward to master and once you do, you can, basically, knit anything.  WHERE TO...
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Stitch: Herringbone

Technique By Cathryn Brown of MilkWorkShop Herringbone Stitch (front side) This is one version of the herringbone stitch where the pattern is more pronounced and less compact...

Herringbone Throw by Anne MacFadden

Teach yourself a new stitch, herringbone stitch, while crafting the warmest throw to help survive the cold. The stripes make this throw easily customisable, as you can choose the colour scheme. And forget...