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Crafty Pets Photo Contest Winner....and honorable mentions!
Thank you to everyone who entered our Crafty Pets Photo Contest this spring! We were delighted with some many fun & creative entries from our fans! We saw our fair share of adorable pups and helpful cats, but it didn't end there - sheep, fish, rabbits and e...
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How to Use Lifelines in Your Knitting
This guest post was written by Jody Richards, founder and editor of Knotions Magazine . She’s been a knitter and crocheter for over 30 years and is one of the original users of Ravelry.  Jody shares even more great   tutorials here on the Knotions  site, an...
How to Use Lifelines in Your Knitting
How to Use Lifelines in Your Knitting
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How to Knit Two at a Time Socks
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a knitter in possession of a single handknit sock, must be in want of its mate. It is a sad fact, however, that many knitters fall to the dreaded “Second Sock Syndrome” and are unable to cast on for that second s...
How to Knit Two at a Time Socks
How to Knit Two at a Time Socks
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Crafty Pets Photo Contest from Knitter's Pride
Do your furry friends like to "help" with your knitting or crochet projects, or photobomb your work in progress (WIP) and finished object (FO) photos? We'd love to see your best photos Knitter's Pride products and your animal friend(s). Don't have a pet? We...
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Sticking Your Steeks: How To Cut Your Knitting Without Fear
Steeking is a technique used primarily in colorwork knitting where you knit in the round, adding extra columns of stitches that you can later reinforce and cut open. "Steek" is a Scottish word that is used for the columns of stitches that will later be cut....
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Stashbusting in 2018: Making the Most of Your Yarn Stash
We know that some of you may be “cold sheeping*” in 2018, but even if you’re not, we all have yarns marinating in our stash that we’d like to use. Today’s blog post will talk a little about how to use your stash, with a look at a few ways that Ravelry can ...
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How To Knit The Perfect Gauge Swatch for a Sweater (& Why You Should)
Swatches are a vital and crucial part of knitting - anyone who has ever ripped out an entire sweater will tell you that. Swatches are necessary tools to ensure proper gauge, and the way you treat them will inform how well your garment fits—even after severa...
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Winner + Crafting Resolutions for 2018
Happy New Year! We're excited to dive into another year of sharing tips, tricks and techniques with our readers. In our last post, we asked to hear everyone's crafting resolutions, and we got some fabulous responses! Here are some of the most frequently-men...
Winner + Crafting Resolutions for 2018
Winner + Crafting Resolutions for 2018
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What Are Your Crafting Resolutions for 2018?
As 2017 winds down, it's a great time to take stock of your accomplishments for the past 12 months while also making plans for the year ahead. Perhaps you made some resolutions at the start of 2017; were you successful in all of them, or did a few escape yo...
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Free Patterns: Recipe for Relaxation Knit & Crochet Mason Jar Cozy + Free Printable Gift Tags
The holiday season is in full swing! Today, we have two free patterns for a quick gift you can whip up in just a few hours. These mason jar cozies are a fun and festive way to package a thoughtful gift, and mason jars can hold so many things: colorful candi...
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