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Fall Knit-Along 2016: Accessories
Fall Knit-Along 2016: Accessories
Kate Atherley
Create three charming accessories to gift or keep for yourself.
Curiously Similar
Create three cozy sock patterns with wildly popular knitting guru Lucy Neatby.
Lucy Neatby
Lucy Neatby
Knit a scarf and hat for someone who’s been affected by cancer.
Sunne Meyer
Sunne Meyer
Make your projects stand out with modern colorwork motifs. From creating simple dots to intricate designs, build the skills for stranded knitting success.
Mary Jane Mucklestone
Mary Jane Mucklestone
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As a super busy mother of three, I often feel like I have to justify the time I spend knitting. There are so many demands on my time, it sometimes feels a little selfish to prioritize what at first glance may look like a hobby. But, my friends, it is so much more than a hobby. Knitting keeps me sane, keeps me focused, and, without a doubt, makes me a better person.
The difference between a pair of hand-knit socks and the ones from the store is sort of like the difference between cotton and cashmere. (No offense to cotton! Cashmere is just extra.) If you've ever put on a pair, you know that hand-knit equals exceptional warm and cozy foot happiness. So even if you're a beginner knitter, they're totally worth the effort.
Ashley Little
I-cord: no, it's not some accessory for your iPhone. In fact, it's a little bit of knitting magic. Sometimes, instead of a flat knitted fabric, your project calls for something more like a long, skinny rope. That’s where I-cord comes in. I-cord creates a long, curling, round project that, as the name suggests, looks like a cord.
Sarah Johnson
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Fall Knit-Along 2016: Accessories