Paula from Knitting Pipeline's mnemonic for the double knot. Very helpful!

There is a great tutorial on You Tube by Jane Richmond on the Double Knot. I talked about the Double Knot in Episode 128 of my podcast, Knitting Pipeline. Th.

Short row video by Martina Behm...very helpful video from the writer of the pattern I am knitting.

Short row video by Martina Behm.very helpful video from the writer of the pattern I am knitting.

DIY Yarn Bowl - just a paperclip and heavy bowl.

DIY Yarn Bowl - just a paperclip and heavy bowl. Works amazingly with things you have around the house- clever idea Although I have a beautiful yarn bowl (gift from friend) I can always use more than one.

Learn to read your knitting - Part 2 - Decreases — The Craft Sessions

Learn to read your knitting - Part 2 - Decreases

How to Become a Great Knitter - Learn to read your knitting - Part 2 - Decreases — The Craft Sessions

the lost art of darning:

How to extend the life of your socks if the SHTF: I love darning socks. Mostly because I love my wool socks and refuse to give them up. Darning is like the duct tape of sewing fixes.

blocking knitting/crocheting

I will admit that I don’t always block all of my knitting projects, so I’m still impressed at how much better things look when I do. Blocking is a really helpful step in finishing if yo…

21 Proven Ways to Save at Old Navy/  Spring: April 15 – June 1 Summer: July 15 – September 1 Fall: October 15 – December 1 Winter: January 15 – March 1

21 Proven Ways to Save at Old Navy

21 Proven Ways to Save at Old Navy/ Spring: April 15 – June 1 Summer: July 15 – September 1 Fall: October 15 – December 1 Winter: January 15 – March 1

Cardigans for first-timers: Or, how button bands happen

Cardigan patterns for first-timers - great post on cardigan construction -- also has a link to her post on pullovers for first-timers. A great reference with helpful facts/tips.

Winding a Ball of Yarn into a Hank: Finishing the Hank

Winding a Ball of Yarn into a Skein

It's not often you need to wind a ball of yarn into a skein (we're usually going the other way around), but this trick is helpful when recycling yarn.

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