You won’t come across it in every knitting pattern, but sometimes it’s necessary to join together two sections of “live” stitches in your knitting. This process is often called grafting or Kitchener stitch, and though it might sound intimidating at first, it’s easy to master. The toe of a sock is the place you’re most… Continue reading Ask Amanda: What is Kitchener stitch?
Have you ever gone to YouTube to learn about a new knitting technique, only to find yourself listening to a song about how much someone loves yarn? I love these accidental discoveries, so I thought I’d share one of my favorites. I can’t remember what I was looking for when I came across Yorkshire Yarns’… Continue reading Knitter’s Spotlight: Hooks & Needles Rap