Essential Circular Knitting Tips for Beginners

Knitting Tips for Beginners

Circular knitting is the practice of knitting in the round to create seamless tubes. Knitting in the round is ideal for many projects such as sweaters, socks, hats, and many more. A lot of knitters prefer knitting in the round for many reasons, but if you’ve never tried it, it may seem a little intimidating.[Read More]

How to Convert a Pattern From In-The-Round to Flat Knitting

flat knitting

Many knitters have a strong preference to either in-the-round knitting or flat knitting. If you prefer to only use patterns using flat knitting, it can really restrict the projects you can choose from. For example, most hats and socks are knit in the round, which means that you won’t get the opportunity to make these[Read More]

How to Knit Furnishing Fast via Arm Knitting

arm knitting style

Arm knitting is a very old craft devised as a way to weave threads and turn them into something useful. The process is exactly like standard knitting, except you lose the needles and use your arms. The result is a very large project completed in no time, much like mega knitting. While it’s common to[Read More]

Knitting Cables – Everything You Need to Know!

Knitting Cables

Knitting cables is an art form that many knitters can’t stay away from. It breaks up the monotony of knitting the same stitch over and over, and it’s a way to truly express your individuality in knitting because you can free form your own cables to fit your own style. While the technique may seem[Read More]

The Nintendo Knitting Machine: Allowing You to Knit Sweaters on Your NES

Nintendo Knitting Machine

Nintendo has always been considered an innovative gaming company, but unfortunately consumers don’t see half of what they come up with. For example, did you know that back in the 1980’s Nintendo had a prototype for a Nintendo knitting machine? Yes, we’re talking about an actual knitting machine that hooked up to your NES and[Read More]