Knitting Resources

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Knitting Resources

One of the beauties of knitting is that it only requires three things - yarn, needles and the know-how.

Seems pretty straight-forward, right? Well just in case we are constantly adding more articles to help you learn something new and get the most out of your knitting.

Whether it's how to do a specific stitch technique, which knitting needles are the most appropriate for a chunky cotton yarn or which type of yarn is most appropriate for that next knitting project you had in mind. We hope you find what you are looking for.

We are constantly expanding this section in tandem with the knitting stitch library, so if there is anything you can't find and want us to cover then drop us an email from our contact page in the footer.

Resources

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Technique How to Guides

Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced knitter, we can always learn something new.

We've pulled together a bunch of the best how-to-guides, to help you learn how to purl, how to cast-on or bind-off or what exactly a k5togm5 stitch is done.

We try to make sure every technique featured in our stitch library is covered, and as our stitch library grows so does our library of how-to-guides.

Guide to Yarns

Every tool has it's purpose and types of yarn are no different. Depending on the type of project you are considering next, you should think upon what are the primary properties you wish it to have.

Should it tough, warm and durable? Cooling, and elegant with great stitch definition? or easily maintainable?

The type of yarn you select should reflect what you want the project to be, so we've pulled together the pros (and cons) of different types of yarn.

eKnitting Stitches Guide to Yarns

eKnitting Stitches guide to Knitting Needles

Guide to Knitting Needles

Knitting Needles complete this trifecta. Use the following easy to follow guide to select the correct knitting needle size for the type of yarn you are using.

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