It can sometimes be difficult to find the right color combinations, if you are knitting with different scrap yarn or doing patterns with stripes or stranded knitting. We have collected our best tips for putting colors and nuances together, so you get a harmonic result, that you can cherish year after year!
Introduction to knitting pockets - learn about 4 different types of knitted pockets, watch videoguides and find inspiration for great knitting projects with pockets!
Tips and inspiration for yarn scrap projects so you can put your leftover yarn to good use! Including tips on balancing colors, videoguides and recommended knitting patterns.
Today we focus on how to knit brioche stitch or Fisherman's rib, as it is also called. See the various versions, beautiful designs and video guides.
Learn more about the Dip dye technique, a fun - and easy - technique where you play with endless color experiments, making the colors blend into each other in the most beautiful way.
As part of our series on knitting techniques, this post gives you an introduction to slip stitch patterns. Learn how to create beautiful patterns with 1, 2, 3 or more color - while only knitting with 1 color at a time!
Why knit with magic loop and not with double pointed needles? There can be several reasons for this, but many new knitters find it much easier to knit with a magic loop than double pointet needles. You can read our thoughts on why one chooses one over the other in this blog.
Why knit with several threads of yarn rather than one thread? You can knit with double yarn, for example, to obtain a different color expression, find the correct gauge, etc.