"Knitting" Blogs & Blog Posts

My Fair IsleMy Fair Isle

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

 
Mr Puffy's Knitting BlogMr Puffy's Knitting Blog

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

 
BellsknitsBellsknits

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

 
All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

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

 
ArtYarnArtYarn

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

 


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Whether it's May gray or June gloom Springtime in California is often foggy and downright cold. And yet I don't want to be pulling on winter woollies any longer as emotionally I've moved on to the next season.  Which is why I always knit a few S...

At last, a use for that industrial knitting machine you bought at a yard sale! Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a method that generates knitting patterns for arbitrary 3D shapes, opening the possibility of "on-demand knitting." Think 3D print...

This is my Sunset Highway Sweater.  It's a soft watercolor interpretation of the original design which in contrast has striking details and a palpable Viking Goddess vibe.  Not that I wouldn't have liked to have been a viking goddess o...

I finished knitting Gord an afghan tonight.  I used just over four balls of Ocean Shades Blanket Yarn By Bernat.Cast on 4 stitches using 8.5mm needles (I used circular).Knit 2, YO, Knit to end.Turn work.Knit 2, YO, Knit to end.Turn work.Kee...

Knitted scarf

By Teena in Toronto on Feb 21, 2018 in: Knitting

I finished knitting a scarf tonight using Bernat blanket yarn Stripes ("Morning Glory").  The skein is 300 grams/10.5 ounces and I used a 6.5 round needle.I knitted each row (garter stitch).  I cast on 20 stitches and kept knitting unt...

I've knit a lot of hats over the years but my new Kobuk hat has to be a favorite.  It might be the gorgeous yarn which has both silk and mohair making it warm and luxurious, or maybe it's the perfect wintery color, or perhaps it's the fun hat to...

I finished knitting a dish cloth tonight.  It was a fairly easy pattern.Using a US6/4mm needle, cast on 80 stitches.  I used cotton yarn.Row 1: Knit placing a stitch marker after 40 stitches (at the halfway point)Row 2: Knit to two sti...