Katie Lilley
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Works for crochet too! When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the n

Basics :: Block stitch (lots of different names: brick stitch, mosaic stitch, 'Chocolate Box') ~ alternating rows of DC & chain stitch loops.

Basics :: Block stitch (lots of different names: brick stitch, mosaic stitch, 'Chocolate Box') ~ alternating rows of DC & chain stitch loops. So easy it falls into the "mindless" category, which can be a good thing sometimes ;

sweeties sleighs, simple to make and would be excellent table 'favours'

Santa's Sleigh ~ stack of miniature sweets atop candy cane runners with foil-wrapped chocolate Santa at front of the sled ~ cute party favor for Christmas, or add name tags to mark place settings at a holiday table

Spend your time knitting, not weaving in ends. Here's the final tutorial celebrating the Mosaic Sisters pattern! Today's tutorial is about how to carry yarns up the side of your work when you're knitting stripes. Doesn't matter if the stripes are narrow, wide, or take up less than a row.

Spend your time knitting, not weaving in ends. Here's the final tutorial celebrating the Mosaic Sisters pattern! Today's tutorial is about how to carry yarns up the side of your work when you're knitting stripes. Doesn't matter if the stripes are narrow,