Leans some wonderful new techniques for your knitting.

Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.

Brioche Knitting: Useful Links

Brioche knitting is reversible which is really nice -- great for shawls and wraps, wonderful for scarves.  Often the two sides mirror each other though not always; the colors are always reversed though.  Having no right-side or wrong-side and a choice of predominant color depending on mood and clothing is a major plus. 

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Thursday 09 April, 2020

Beaded Knitting: Useful Links

Here are some inks that I refer to often about knitting with beads.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Monday 30 March, 2020

Tip and Tricks: Add Beads To Your Knitting With Pre-Threading

There are many ways to add beads to knitwear. I'd like to explore these a bit with you starting with Pre-Threading as an option.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Friday 06 March, 2020

Tips and Tricks: Bead Soup Bracelets

What to do? Then you start to knit the bead soup or bead stew bracelet and discover to your dismay that somehow colors or shapes or sizes are lining up in a very un-random fashion.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Saturday 29 February, 2020

Beaded Knitting: The "Verna-X" Beadle Needle

The Verna-X adds beads for beaded knitting in basically the same method as the crochet hook. It has a hook at the end, not a notch as with other Beadle Needles.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Thursday 28 July, 2016

Beaded Knitting: Using A Crochet Hook

This is a great beaded knitting technique for adding beads as you go along. (à la minute, as the French would say). This technique doesn’t require planning ahead, but since the fiber will now pass doubled through each bead you’re slightly limited in the beads and yarn weights you can use.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Wednesday 27 July, 2016

Beaded Knitting: Pre-Stringing

This is a tutorial to show you beaded knitting using the pre-stringing method. There are two essential techniques to beaded knitting. You can either pre-string the beads, or you can use a small hook to add beads to your project as you go along.

Topic: Tutorials

Published: Tuesday 26 July, 2016

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