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Knitter’s Pride’s Ginger Interchangeable Circular Needle sets combine beautiful wood and quality accessories into a thoughtful, practical case. Each set contains 13 pairs of needles, a matching pen, a chart holder, 6 sets of cords, and more. Get a closer look with this new review.
Trim your tree with a hand knit ornament! This festive poinsettia will add a splash of color to your holiday decor. This ornament is knit in pieces and adorned with little french knots to capture the texture of a poinsettia’s floral center.
Knit yourself a quick cowl that doubles as a hood – a snood! The Checked Snood is a colorful, geometric knitting pattern that uses 3 colors of Berroco Brielle to create a stunning, versatile accessory you’ll wear from fall to spring. Bonus: it’s a free pattern!
Take a look inside the process of designing a large scale, colorwork afghan pattern! In this post, I’ll walk you though how I designed the Intarsia Mountain throw from start to finish, including swatching, sketching, knitting, and one particularly leaky barn.
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.