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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. Techniques for Decreasing
Knowing which decrease you're using and why will make you a better knitter. Here is a short review of the three most popular techniques.
2. Woolly Wormhead, Independent Designer
Knitting is a worldwide passion, and European traveler, knitwear designer, and free spirit Wooly Wormhead has made the world her home. Fortunately for those of us living in one place, her website enables us to purchase her unique patterns over the Internet!
3. Sweet Georgia Yarns
One of the nicest presents I have ever received was a “Party of Five” yarn pack from Sweet Georgia in my favorite colors. Why knit with Sweet Georgia? Oh, the length of the list of reasons…
4. Aran Sweater Symbolism?
The ageless appeal of Aran patterns, shrouded in the mists alongside Irish monasteries.... a lovely legend, but unfortunately untrue. Read on...
5. Review of 60 Quick Knit Toys
Interested in making toys? This collection of patterns may be what you need!
6. Choosing Yarn for Socks
So you’ve decided to knit a pair of socks, and are looking for yarn. Lucky you! The knittiverse is filled with gorgeous yarns, including those specifically designated as ‘sock yarns.’ How do you choose?
7. Knit for Peace
One person can make a difference in the world, sometimes just by knitting…
8. The Big Three Knitting Conferences
Grab the opportunity to meet your favorite authors and teachers! Learn a new skill! Shop a curated selection of vendors! It’s all here at a knitting conference near (or far from) you!
9. Scarf Knitting On the Fly
Everyone knits scarfs, and for good reason. Scarves make great gifts, as they don’t have to be a particular size. They are generally unshaped, which makes for easier knitting. They also are great projects for using up partial balls of yarn or those impulse purchases that sit in stashes and create
10. Bohus Stickning
Everyone was hungry during the worldwide Great Depression of the 1930’s. In Sweden, however, a woman named Emma Jacobsson decided to do something about it. The result is knitting history.
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