CRAFTS & DIY
Here you will find a link to all pages on my website:
An Easy Way to Prevent Mistakes Ruining your Project
How to Knit with 3 Yarn Colours & Carry Yarn up the Sides
A Pretty Lace Knitting Pattern Ideal for Larger Projects
Vertical Eyelet Stripes Made Using Yarn Overs
The Differences Between the Most Popular Knitting Techniques
Create a Sturdy Bound-Off Edge
Neat & Sturdy Selvedge Technique
A Simple Way to Neaten Up your Selvedges
Learn to Knit Small & Large 3D Bobbles
An Easy Raised Rib Texture
An Impressive Zigzag Texture
Beginner-Friendly Blocks of Ribbing
Stretchy Bands of Knit & Purl Stitches
A Method to Decrease your Stitches by 2
Single & Double Decrease Techniques
A Left-Leaning or Right-Leaning Single Increase
Circular Knitting without using Circular Needles!
A Very Simple Increase Technique
The Building Blocks of Knitting
Method #1 For Binding Off; The Basic Knit Bind Off
The Different Types & Sizes of Knitting Needles
Method #2 For Casting On
If you're new to reading knitting charts, then this is the page for you!
How to Carry Yarn up the Side of Your Knitting & Weave in Yarn Tails
A Trio of Zigzag Stripes made using Yarn Over Eyelets
A Simple Lace Knitting Pattern for Beginners
Alongside English Style Knitting, the Most Popular Knitting Technique
My Mashup of Other Edging Techniques
Start Your Knitting with a Sturdy I-Cord
A Springy 3D Texture!
Step Up Your Brioche Game!
A Chunky & Comfy Ribbing Pattern
A Zig-Zag Pattern of Garter & Stockinette Stitch
A Beginner-Friendly Knit/Purl Texture
Single Decreases worked 'Through the Back Loop'
Single & Double Decrease Techniques using Slip Stitches
Useful Single & Double Decrease Techniques
Single & Double Increase Techniques
The Simple Moving of a Stitch From One Needle to the Other
2 Different Ways to Change Yarn
Where to Begin?
Welcome to my Introduction to Knitting!
Method #3 For Casting On
What is Fair Isle knitting?
Two Ways to Change Yarn Colour & Add Single Stripes
Horizontal Zigzag Stripes made using Yarn Over Eyelets
Add Some Fun & Texture to your Knitting
A Classic Decoration for your Knitted Projects
Neat & Stable Selvedges Either 2 or 3 Stitches Wide
A Great Way to Practice your Increases & Decreases
A Popular & Unique Technique
A Popular & Cosy Ribbing Stitch
A Beginner-Friendly Checkerboard Design
A Classic Beginner-Friendly Texture
Useful Single & Double Increase Techniques
An Important Knitting Concept
So when would you need to use this 'weaving in' process?
Explaining How Knit & Purl Stitches are Formed
Types of Knitting Yarn: The Materials & The Colours
Method #1 For Casting On