As a knitting teacher, I’m asked all the time for tips on how to become a better knitter. We all want to Improve our Knitting. Knitters often hear so many different things, and it’s fairly hard to boil them down–but here they are, my Top 10 Tips to Becoming a Better Knitter
Last winter I wrote a Tuesday Tip about using duplicate stitch to reinforce stitches before a hole formed. Today I want to kick that up a notch and explore Swiss Darning (a term sometimes used interchangeably with Duplicate Stitch). Swiss Darning for Repair
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A couple of weeks ago I headed off to Indiana to the fabulous film crew at Annie’s to film two more knitting DVDs. Last summer I shot Circular Knitting Essentials, and I was so happy with how it turned out, that I booked two more classes with them!
Last month I was thrilled at the release of my first class with Interweave Patty’s Knitting Bag of Tricks (reviews found here), now I’m happy to announce my second: Advanced Fixes in Knitting. Fixing Your Knitting In this two DVD set (or digital download) we go over fixes on the needles in lace, cables, in […]
By far the most powerful tool in the knitter’s toolbox is duplicate stitch (also known as swiss darning). There are so many fixes that can be done once you master this little darling. Furthermore, once you do, you will also have a much better understanding of the anatomy of your stitches. Save Your Knitting : Duplicate […]
A few weeks ago I got on a plane for the 44th (and last) time in 2014 to head to Colorado to the set of Interweave. Yup, that means I have . . . New Knitting DVDs coming out soon! I can’t tell you what the new titles will be, but I can tell you […]