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Here are the top ten articles for the Knitting Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Fair Isle Style Book Review
20 patterns utilizing the fair isle color work technique brought to knitters by editor Mary Jane Mucklestone
2. Review of Cozy Knits
Tanis Gray has a collection of 50 Cozy Knits for you to knit up with Cascade yarns.
3. Selecting Knitting Needles
There are so many different types of knitting needles that it can be overwhelming when you go to the knitting supply store. Here are the factors you need to consider when selecting knitting needles
4. Repurposing Sweaters for Yarn
Whether you are looking to save money by unravelling old or used sweaters, or you have found the perfect yarn in a garment you would rather take apart and use, the skill of repurposing old sweaters for new yarn is one every knitter or fiber hobbyist should know how to do!
5. BellaOnline Knitting Newsletter
Make sure that you are keeping up with the latest articles on the Knitting Site -Subscribe to the BellaOnline Knitting Site Newsletter! Subscribe to keep up with techniques, inspiration, how to knit various stitches, working with different yarns, and even free patterns!
6. Knitting Cables
Knit cables by following these simple steps.
7. How to Find a Yarn Substitution
You have a great pattern you want to knit from, but you canít get the recommended yarn. Donít sweat this problem Ė read this article for the six factors for finding a yarn you can substitute for your project.
8. Illusion Knitting
Illusion or Shadow knitting allows you to make your knitting look different depending on the angle you view it at.
9. Knitting and Keeping Track
When you knit a project unless it is a very plain pattern at some point you have to keep track of how far along you have come, where in the pattern you are, or what row you are on. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways and with a variety of tools.
10. Wool Allergy
Many people who find wool irritating are not really allergic to wool. There are many differences in quality and processing that affect the softness and comfort of natural protein fibers. Know the difference and decide whether wool is a fiber you should wear or work with in your knitting.
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