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8 Designs for Knitting: Free Patterns for Beginners and Easy Knitting Stashbusters
Remember when you received that homemade knit scarf from your aunt last holiday season? Didn't it feel nice to open something that was crafted from a loved ones own hands? Want to pass that wonderful feeling onto other family members this Christmas? Why not learn how to knit?! If you've always wanted to pick up the useful (and fun) hobby that is knitting, then you're in the right place! In this eBook, Knitting for Beginners 6 Easy Free Knitting Patterns for Beginners, you'll find six free, easy knitting patterns that were created specifically with the beginner knitter in mind.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to knit? Knitting for beginners can seem intimidating at first, but with the right free beginner knitting patterns, anyone can learn how to knit. With our free eBook, How to Knit for Beginners 9 Free Tutorials, you'll find tons of great patterns, tips, and step-by-step instructions that will make picking up knitting a breeze. Knitting for beginners doesn't have to be complicated, especially when you have the right tutorials at your disposal! With just a little time and practice, you'll be knitting like a pro in no time at all.
Every knitter has to start his or her love affair with yarn somewhere, as a beginner. Yes, every knitter out there was, at some point in her life, unsure of what to do with two sticks and a bit of yarn. The good news is that, with a bit of patience and practice, you are fully capable of one day knitting sweaters, complete with lace edging, without breaking into a sweat.
If you've always wanted to make a knitted flower, then check out this Knitted Flower Tutorial. This tutorial for how to knit a flower is easy to follow with step-by-step photos. Add your finished flowers to hats, sweaters, bags, and more!
If you're a beginning knitter, making the switch from straight needles to circulars can be a little daunting, but it doesn't have to be! Practice your circular knitting needle skills with the patterns below. We've selected a wide variety of styles and designs, so you're sure to find a pattern that suits your needs.
If you love the look of knitting but self-identify as lacking patience, arm knitting is the craft for you. Delightfully simple, learning to arm knit is a great way to dip your toes into the waters of knitting without getting frustrated by the large amounts of time needed to create a standard knitted project. Arm knitting is easy, and the best part is that you only need to make a minimal investment to cast on you only need some yarn and a good pair of arms to start knitting!
Ever wonder what the magic formula is for either increasing or decreasing knit stitches evenly across the row? With a little time, and special thanks to this simple calculation from Susan Kerin of Skerin Knitting and Crochet, you'll be able to add or subtract stitches as required for every pattern you work on. Just use the tricks found in this how-to article. The best part is this method works for both knit and crochet patterns.
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