Provisional cast ons are an incredibly useful tool for knitters. They can be undone at any time, giving knitters access to live stitches that can be knitted in the opposite direction, grafted together with hand stitching, and more. There are a few approaches to working a provisional cast on, so today we’re going to compare…
It’s time for the annual Hands Occupied new year update, and for the first time in years, I feel like I have some clarity about I’m doing next.
Check out some festive finds for the 2020 making season!
I recently realized that taking on a larger, challenging project as well as a fun one might help me cope with the rest of this, uh, wild year.
The new Hands Occupied YouTube Channel is live! Check out the first videos, subscribe, and help me decide what tutorials to make next.
Sometimes it may seems like seamless sweaters are the only way to go, but let’s take a look at 7 reasons to knit a seamed sweater – you might find yourself ready to mix up your making!
We are approaching the end of summer! With that comes a renewed interest in what to make as temperatures begin to fall. If you’re looking for projects to transition your making from warm to cool weather, here are a few colorful new ideas from around the internet. :)
It’s time for another installment of Picks of the Week! This go around, we’ve got lots of crochet, animal-inspired ideas, and a great article on yarn substitution. (Heck yeah!)
Punch needle, crochet & pom poms are all awesome summer-friendly craft ideas, especially for quick-gratification projects.