Knitting Between Loops Cast On

Cast On Between Loops When it comes to knitting, there are many methods to casting on. Casting on means to start a new strand of yarn. This is the very beginning of the project where you have to create the loops on the knitting needle to be the foundation. In this method, you start off […]

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Knit Garter Stitch Dishcloth Pattern

Garter Stitch Dishcloth Start putting your basic skills of knitting together with your first project as the Garter Stitch Dishcloth. Remember, the garter stitch is just a term for the knit stitch back and forth without doing anything special. When every row is a knit stitch, it’s referred to as a garter stitch. The tutorial […]

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Crochet Cable Twist Hat Pattern

Crochet Cable Twist Hat Learn how to do Crochet Cables plus have a new project to be excited about at the same time. Try this Cable Twist Hat. This is an easy to follow the pattern that will test your skills of doing front post double crochets. I have created a crochet diagram that I […]

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Bernat Blanket Twist Yarn

Bernat Blanket Twist Yarn Bernat Blanket Twists yarn is the latest addition to the Bernat family of yarns at Yarnspirations. Its unique colour palette with two strands of different colours twisted together makes for really interesting looking projects. The colours look organized on the ball but once you knit or crochet with this yarn, they […]

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Knit Twist & Transfer Cast On + Tutorial

Cast OnĀ Using the Twist & Transfer Another method of Cast On with your knitting is the Twist & Transfer. Originally, my mother showed me a similar method but I didn’t twist. Until I saw a Bernat.com video from many years ago, I hadn’t realize I should have been doing the twist. Without the twist, my […]

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Wonky Granny Squares with a Twist + Tutorial

Twisting or Wonky Granny Squares In today’s tutorial, you will follow along to make your squares have a definite twist in the centre and then as it gets bigger, the pattern begins to straighten up. The squares on the right and left are identical. The only difference that the colours are different between each. Amazing […]

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