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.
It's a problem as old as knitting itself – curling and rolled edges on stockinette or lace!Kelley decided to experiment and see what finishing edges she could use to prevent the curling without altering the look of her knitting project. These tricks for preventing rolled edges in knits will work for almost any knit project!
Kelley is continuing to whip up hats for holiday gift giving! This week she shared the Sugarplum Hat by Knitterella, a colorwork hat that's great for using up odds and ends of worsted weight yarn. To finish off her hat, Kelley made her own pom pom with Knitter's Pride Pom Pom Makers and has some tips for using those!
There's nothing worse than investing in a sweater quantity of yarn and countless hours of knitting only to end up with a sweater you don't like. What if we told you that the key to finding the right knit sweater pattern is already in your closet? With these tips, you'll learn how to knit a perfectly fitting sweater.