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Do you want to knit dolls or doll clothes? In the internet age, it is far easier to find doll knitting patterns than it used to be. Just do a google (or bing) search and you will be taken to a list of sites offering free (or paid) patterns for dolls and doll clothing.
When you are learning how to knit, you will learn one of the more general purpose knitting cast on methods. And you will probably stick with that methods for most of your knitting career, but there are many different methods that you could use.
The first side on leg all lettering comes out perfect. I knitted the word Relax The other side of sock on leg the lettering is a different word Breathe
I can't crochet to save my life, so I'm going to sew my squares together when my blanket is finished. Because I am sewing them together, do I need to
My pattern says to decrease one st at neck every third row 13 times. Does this mean I will knit 39 rows and decrease every third row? YOUR ANSWER Yes...
Hi I've decided to knit a pullover after twenty odd years of not knitting! In the magazine I've bought called 'Knitscene', I've found a pattern called
Hello, my name is Karla and I have been knitting for a few years just basic plain dishcloths. I started when I quit smoking, kinda switched habits. Anyways
Is this yarn equivalent to 10py or 8ply wool. I am unable to knit using cotton or acrylic wool. Thanks for your assistance. Carol YOUR ANSWER Hi Carol,
I want to order wool online, but need to know the size of the ball. In Australia, we use weight e.g. 25 g ball. What would this convert to in America?
Hi, I am familiar with slip purlwise and slip knitwise stitches. In the pattern I am doing, there are two instances in the first pattern row where I have