The simplest shawl you can knit is a reactangular shawl (scarf). There is more than one way to knit it and I talk about it in this post. Photo by Karen Cantú Q on Unsplash.
A concise introduction to Hap shawl and its construction with helpful schematic. Photo from woollenflower(Jules) on Ravelry.
Check out my pattern on Ravelry!
Grafting or kitchener stitch demonstrated in seed stitch with a little history factoid. Photo by British Library on Unsplash.
Hello, folks! How is your quarantine going? We have been placed under a 24 hour curfew since two days ago. I have not been knitting a lot, because I don't have the right needle and other times, I don't have the right yarn. Fortunately, I came across a pattern that I was excited becuase I… Continue reading FO Friday: Scrunchie
This post summarizes the basic four-corner shapes, with a diagrams that you can use to knit a simple shawl.
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Wrapping up the duology on publishing a knitting pattern with a free template in docx format. Photo by Mika Korhonen on Unsplash
Getting your design knitted and tested is a huge task in itself, and publishing a pattern is a beast of it's own kind. This is part 1 of getting a pattern published and part 2 is coming tomorrow. Photo by rocknwool on Unsplash.
Yarn is our wand, our finished object and wips are magic, and Ravelry is our Hogwarts.
Currently, I am knitting a beanie for my father because he has a low tolerance for cold weather. Granted we live in a tropical climate, it has been a little chilly for the past few days and his office keeps a low temperature regardless of weather. I knew I would have to find a pattern… Continue reading Twisted knitting