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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. How To Fix 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!

5. 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.

6. Charmed Knits Projects for Fans of Harry Potter
Harry Potter fans and those who knit for them will love this book. Patterns galore to delight the Harry Potter fan.

7. What do you do while you knit
I have come to really enjoy watching my favorite movies over again, listening to podcasts, and especially listening to audiobooks while knitting.

8. 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.

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. 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.



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