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I love this simple, pretty edging..

Snuggly Shawl

Crochet slip stitch through a YO edging for a gorgeous, two color edge! Adding color to your crochet project! via martha stewart

Sweater Pattern generators.  Enter your measurements and gauge and you get a pattern for various types of sweaters......

FREE on line -> Sweater Pattern Generator. Just select the style, yarn, and size. and hit go. Presto change-o, done. No need to buy a wheel, its online!

Free knitting pattern for Tahiti Spark Sweater - Looks like an easy sleeveless top pattern in stockinette with a mesh lace yoke and back. By Fil Katia. In several languages. tba #free

LOOK AT THE BACK TOO Free knitting pattern for Tahiti Spark Sweater - Looks like an easy sleeveless top pattern in stockinette with a mesh lace yoke and back. By Fil Katia. In several languages.

7 sweater knitting tips and tricks from the gals at Tin Can Knits!

So You Want to Knit a Sweater

Today's guest post is from Alexa and Emily from Tin Can Knits! These ladies have designed some gorgeous knit sweater patterns together, and today they're here to share their best tips and tricks if you want to get started knitting one of their own.

Body pillow of my dreams. Looks incredibly comfy

I don't knit sweaters.but I want to knit this sweater! So many ways to wear it - check out the page of project images, the brown sweater with 24 photos of different arrangements of it.what yarn should I use.

I took part in the #LilaKAL that is going on at the moment. On My Making  List 2015 was a warm sweater for me and I decided that this would be a  quick way of getting it done. I held two yarns together - a strand of Pear  Tree 8ply seconds and a strand of Isager Tvinni. It gave me a gauge of 16  stitches rather than 19 which meant I got to knit the smallest size and  still get a 36" sweater. I used my bottom up/top down technique to get the  fit how I wanted it. The result is simple, warm…

How to knit a simple neckline

Miraculous Elastic Bind-Off from Slip Slip Knit - My favorite super-stretchy bind-off yet, since it doesn't make an ugly, stretched-out-looking edge.

Miraculous elastic bind off This technique is used on Shetland lace shawls and was shown to us by Margaret Stove. It is ideal for sweater necks, toe up socks, top down hats, or any edge where a too-tight bind off might give you a headache, literally!

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