FO Friday: Cube Socks Are Done!

A month and a half ago, I set out to knit the Cube Socks from knitscene Summer 2018 and try out a new-to-me knitting technique, and now my socks are all finished! This was a fun project to work on, and I love the colorful end result. It didn’t take long at all to learn the […]

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The Lokken Kerchief: Enjoying the Process

You may have heard other knitters refer to themselves as either product or process knitters. Product knitters are usually motivated by finishing a project and wearing or using it. Process knitters look forward to trying a new technique or simply enjoy the activity of knitting, no matter how long it takes—they might not even finish […]

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WIP Wednesday: Cube Socks

When we first discussed making up a kit for the Cube Socks early in 2018, I was skeptical. I thought they looked like a pretty cool pair of socks, but I was turned off by the fact that they’re worked in intarsia. My previous experiences with this technique were generally successful, but I didn’t enjoy […]

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Fringe is the perfect edge finish for lots of projects, including scarves, shawls, and even bags. But when a pattern’s instructions tell you to cut hundreds of strands of yarn to a specified length, the task can seem daunting. Rest assured that there’s an easy way to accomplish this! Read on for a list of […]

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One thing I’ve learned in nearly 20 years of knitting, is that the right tools can make a big difference. Think about how you choose your needles based on the type of yarn you’re using, for example. There are also “helper” tools that are quite handy to have around, even though we don’t directly work […]

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