Learn How To Make Perfect Bobbles For Your Knitting Projects
Have you ever made a decorative bobble stitch and had each bobble lean to the left or to the right? In this video, Kelley shares tips on how to make bobbles that are perfectly centered and do not lean to the left or the right. This bobble is a decorative stitch that allows you to make 5 stitches out of 1 stitch, then you knit several rows and then decrease the 5 stitches down to one stitch to make a nicely centered bobble. This bobble technique tutorial is using the reverse stockinette stitch method of knitting.
The Nurmilintu Lace Shawl by Heidi Alander is the perfect one-skein project for beginner lace knitters. In this post, Kelley shares tips for knitting this free pattern and how to add some unique finishing touches.
by Kathleen CubleyJune 25, 20202 min read0 Comments
Joining a new yarn to your project can be a bummer if the join shows in the finished project. There are ways, however to make the join invisible (or nearly so). In her latest episode of Technique Tuesday Kelley demonstrates 4 great methods for joining a new ball of yarn to your project.
by Kathleen CubleyJune 18, 20202 min read0 Comments
When you're knitting a sweater that has shoulder seams, there are several options for joining them at the top. Kelley highlights three techniques: the 3-needle bind-off, the Kitchener Stitch, and the slip-stitch bind-off.