If you want to knit Intarsia Mountain, but aren’t sure how to select 9 colors that will coordinate to make the finished afghan work, check out these five color palettes curated by the designer herself.
Many people find weaving in ends to be one of the most frustrating parts of intarsia knitting. Click through for a video tutorial that walks you through how to weave in all of those pesky ends, specifically for intarsia colorwork.
For your best intarsia results ever, you’ve got to visualize the process of knitting your pattern. Check out this post for some of the best tips and tricks to level up your intarsia knitting.
Learn how to knit intarsia patterns without using bobbins or butterflies, and check out the case for disorganized intarsia knitting with two great video tutorials.
Learn how to estimate lengths of color for intarsia knitting, as well as how to make intarsia bobbins and intarsia butterflies to manage your ends as you knit.
Get an overview of intarsia knitting: what it is and why it’s worth learning, including an in-depth video tutorial on how to knit basic intarsia.
The Arizona Afghan is a single panel blanket inspired by iconic woven blankets of the American Southwest. The bold, graphic design of this throw is accomplished through a combination of linen stitch, stranded colorwork, slipped stitches and a dash of intarsia. Get the pattern in I Like Knitting magazine, October 2017.
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What better name for this than The Hat Hat? Made with Australian Superfine Merino wool, this hat is lightweight enough to be worn year-round if you love accessorizing with a beanie that won’t make your head sweat.