So many sweaters, so little time! Whether you're into knitting sweaters that let you kick back and crank out allll the stockinette, or are looking for something that requires a little more concentration, we've got 10 gorgeous patterns to keep your needles busy.
You probably know there's more than one way to knit a sweater: You can knit the pieces flat then seam it together, you can knit in the round, you can work center-out or go sleeve to sleeve...and the list goes on!
Positive ease: Sounds like a meditation app, but it's more like a top contender for Best Knitting Term Ever. If you knit, you'll need a solid grasp of positive ease if you want to nail the right fit for your garments. Once you knit up a piece, there's usually no going back (unless you rip it out, of course) so it definitely pays to know all about how fit works before you even get started.
What the heck is Aran weight yarn? If you knit or crochet, you've probably asked yourself this question. Maybe you've typed it into a search engine; maybe you've asked British friends who knit (yep, they know). Maybe you've just let the Aran mystery live on, assuming you'll solve it someday.
Since when do knitters use crochet hooks? Find out how to work the provisional cast-on, cable cast-on, and more during the first Novel-T check in!
Beat single sock syndrome with a little multitasking! The girls go over how to knit two socks at once so you'll never end up with solo socks again.
The Grocery Girls will show you how to join the sides of your Novel-T. Jodi demonstrates how to pick up and knit the provisional stitches then shows you how to start the lace panel pattern.