5 Ways to Avoid Common Knitting Mistakes

I write about knitting mistakes a lot, probably because I’ve committed so many of them and I’m pathetically looking for some sort of validation (no, you are not alone). Some of my errors are technical: I confuse M1L and M1R, I lose count of what row I’m on, or I demonstrate a remarkable inability to […]

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None of us are immune to yarn disasters. Whether it’s a common knitting mistake like a dropped stitch or something more epic, we’ve all been there. At Interweave, we try to learn from knitting mistakes and hopefully pass on that knowledge. We also know when to give up, give in, and admit that whatever we […]

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Knit Marvelous Modern Colorwork Cowls!

It’s safe to say I am a fan of Kyle Kunnecke, King of Kolor Colorwork Knitting. His work is crazy-cool, often intricate, and always beautiful. Check out his most recent cowl pattern in our fall issue of Interweave Knits if you don’t believe me. But while it’s one thing to knit a colorwork cowl, however […]

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Go Back to School with Top Crochet Designers

Back to school means the house is empty once more, and even with soccer practice, dance class, and the like, there might actually be some time for YOU—specifically, some to time to continue your education with these courses from great crochet designers and teachers. Crochet 201: Progressions in Post Stitch Want to explore post stitches? […]

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Jennifer Dassau: She Shapes Short Rows

I’m a huge fan of knitting short rows; those partial rows do all sorts of cool things and make my garments fit so much better. So imagine how excited I was when Jennifer Dassau, the designer behind the wonderful Knitting Short Rows, came out here to shoot a few videos. Picking her up at the […]

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EEK! You Want Me to STEEK???

A little while back I wrote about Kyle Kunnecke and his new course Introduction to Stranded Knitting. Because we don’t like to do things halfway (and because we really like Kyle), we kept him tied up and imprisoned here as our honored guest for a whole week, filming a few other courses. If you know […]

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Weaving’s Grand Masters: A Cage Match

Having studied and taught weaving and spinning for over 4 decades, Tom Knisely is one of weaving’s Grand Masters. Whether he’s sampling twill on an 8-shaft loom, weaving rugs on a counterbalance loom, or teaching how to keep either loom in good working condition, there are few weaving topics he hasn’t covered. If WWE stood […]

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