"Knitting" Blogs & Blog Posts

Mr Puffy's Knitting BlogMr Puffy's Knitting Blog

A sophisticated knitting blog featuring a wide variety of knit projects bei...

 
All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

This is a family blog where I do my best to discover happiness and beauty i...

 
BellsknitsBellsknits

A Canberra knitter and writer blogs about where life and knitting intersect...

 
My Fair IsleMy Fair Isle

A blog about art, knitting, spinning, raising children, Zen Buddhism, progr...

 
ArtYarnArtYarn

A comtemporary visual arts blog by Artyarn - a fibre arts organisation from...

 


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I knitted a dish cloth today in waffle stitch using cotton yarn.Cast on 40 stitches.Row 1: * K1, P2 * repeat, K1Row 2: P1, * K2, P1 * repeatRow 3: KnitRow 4: PurlRepeat rows 1 to 4 until the dish cloth until desired length.Bind off and weave in loose...

I finished a fan and feather pattern dish cloth tonight ... I like this pattern.Cotton yarn and size 4.5mm knitting needlesCast on 42 stitches (or a multiple of 18 plus 6)Knit 3 rows of garter stitch for the borderRow 4: KnitRow 5: K 3, P to last 3 s...

For whatever reason you can draw your own conclusions clothing trends have sharply veered toward the soft and fuzzy. It's as if collectively we need to cocoon ourselves and be comforted as we traverse the landscape of our daily lives.  At l...

I finished knitting a dish cloth this evening using cotton yarn.Cast on 44 stitches.Row 1: (RS) K1, *k2, sl 1, k2tog, psso, k2, yo; rep from * across to last st, k1. (38 sts)Row 2: K1, *p6, yo; rep from * across to last st, k1. (44 sts)Rep rows 1 and...

Seung Lee double knit this blanket based on data about his son's sleep patterns during his first year of life. "Each stitch represents 6 minutes of time spent awake or asleep," Lee tweeted. The blanket is 42" x 45," contains approximately 185,...

I finished knitting a dish cloth this evening using cotton yarn.Cast on 30 stitches.Rows 1 to 5: knitRow 6: k3, p24, k3Row 7: knitRow 8: knitRow 9: knitRepeat rows 6 to 9 nine timesYou should have just ended on a “right side”. Beginning on the...

I finished knitting a dish cloth this evening using cotton yarn.Cast on 32 stitches.Row 1: knit 2, purl 2Row 2: knit 2, purl 2Row 3: purl 2, knit 2Row 4: purl 2, knit 2Rows 5 to 40: Repeat rows 1 to 4 12 times (or to the length desired)Bind off all s...