Learn to stitch up your seams with expert ease as instructor Chris Bylsma teaches you the secrets to seaming handknits!
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We know the drill: You get excited about ten projects at a time and find yourself with too many ideas, never enough time and and mounds of materials overtaking your craft room. We're the same way. But the whole point of starting a craft is to enjoy it, so don't let these pesky Works in Progress (WIPs) bring you down. Here are a few tips to stay focused and complete all the projects you've been daydreaming about.
Simple, versatile stockinette is basically the bread-and-butter of knitting. But no matter how skillfully and evenly you knit it, your finished fabric will always get a little funky around the edges — curling in on itself, to be specific.
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.