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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. Fixing Knitted Curled Edges
Do the edges of your hand-knit item curl? Looking for ways to fix this? Read this article to troubleshoot this knitting challenge!

2. How to make a Purl Stitch
Learn how to make a purl stitch.

3. Adjusting a Pattern
Altering a pattern to fit isn't as hard as it seems, just a little math and you can change many patterns.

4. The Knitting Rhyme
A rhyme for teaching knitting to children. This popular rhyme has been used for many years, and is often taught in Waldorf schools when the children learn knitting. Learn the rhyme, and what each part tells the knitter to do.

5. Review of Lovely Knitted Lace
Brooke Nico's book of 16 different wearable lace garments for adult women. Lace knitters will find basic shapes with lace motifs turned into simple and complex looking garrments.

6. Common Knitting Abbreviations
Knitting is like any other field or hobby it has itís own language. Once you learn this language you will be able to read patterns and knitting instructions without any trouble, but you do have to know some abbreviations and chart notations first.

7. Knit Doll Clothes Patterns
Links and descriptions of great patterns for 18 inch dolls. Knit up a personal gift or a matching sweater for your favorite girl and her favorite doll.

8. Shell Lace Washcloth Pattern
This pattern for knitting an open shell lace washcloth or dishcloth from worsted weight yarn gives a little bit of a challenge while still being speedy to knit up for yourself or a gift.

9. 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.

10. 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.



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