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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Knitting Site! These are the top ten articles that your Knitting Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Knitting Tips and Tricks
When knitting having some helpful tips and tricks help make your knitting life easier and more fulfilling. The following tips are some things that I have found helpful and have kept me sane when I am knitting.

2. Blocking Your Knits
Blocking your hand knit fabric is an important step in finishing your knitted piece. Avoid mistakes that could ruin your work, and learn to block so that your work is enhanced. Read this article on blocking for important blocking advice.

3. Care for your knitted items
Dealing with moths, and laundry. The perils of caring for your knitted item.

4. Beginning Lace Knitting
If you have never knit lace or are looking for a simple pattern in lace, here it is.

5. Repetitive Stress Injuries in Knitting
The most common stress from knitting is Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI); it is the strain that comes from doing one motion over and over again without relief.

6. Blocking Your Knits
Blocking your hand knit fabric is an important step in finishing your knitted piece. Avoid mistakes that could ruin your work, and learn to block so that your work is enhanced. Read this article on blocking for important blocking advice.

7. Correcting Mistakes in your Knitting
Sometimes after completing a sweater there comes a moment where you realize it does not fit the person for whom it was intended. All is not lost here are some possible alternatives to ripping out all the hard work that went into creating the garment.

8. Continental Knit Stitch Tutorial
Explains how to do the basic knit stich continental style, aka yarn in left hand. Great for both the new knitter or the experienced knitter wanting to expand their skill set.

9. Continental Purl Stitch Tutorial
Continental Purling is the next step after Continental Knit. Read this article for a tutorial to round out your knitting skills by learning this cornerstone stitch.

10. Hat Pattern
Here is a simple hat pattern with two ways to finish.



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