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Shetland knitting and the women in the Shetland Isle who create Shetland lace are among the best knitters in the world.
When you are learning how to knit, you are going to make a few mistakes. It might not make you happy but fixing knitting mistakes is par for the course.
Shetland Lace Knitting is a particular style of knitting that developed in the Shetland Islands and was one of the main exports of the Island early in the last century.
kfb or knit front and back is a method of increasing your number of stitches by one and involves knitting into a single stitch twice.
Crochet and knitting are two different yarn crafts, and I do tend to get a little annoyed when TV shows or movies get them mixed up.
A common knitting abbreviation you are likely to come across is skp or sl1, k1,psso. Basically this is a method of decreasing 1 stitch with a sloped stitch leaning to the right
Are you looking for a pattern for a pretty knitted headband with a flower? Check out this pattern, it is quick and easy to make - perfect for any little girl.
Lace knitting is a decorative form of knitting generally with fine yarn that has 'holes' in the fabric to form a lacy pattern.
If you want to knit arans you will need to learn how to use a cable needle. These needles are short needles with points at both ends used to manipulate the order of your stitches.
True knitters can never have enough knitting patterns in there collection because you never know when the mood to start a new project will hit you and the first step is invariably hunting through that collection to find the perfect pattern.
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