When knitting, it can often be a struggle to choose the perfect colors of yarn. I regularly spend time looking at all of the colors that are available to me, trying to mix and match different shades. Even though I’ve studied color theory, I sometimes find it difficult to choose colors. I have picked up … Continue reading How to Build Nice Yarn Palettes
I love doing colorwork knitting. When I was younger, I learned how to do pixel art and grew quite fond of it, and colorwork knitting is like pixel art that’s made out of yarn. Because of the similarities between pixel art and colorwork knitting, I find it really easy to create colorwork patterns using a … Continue reading How to Make Colorwork Knitting Patterns Using GIMP
Valentine’s day, the holiday of celebrating love, relationships, and romance. While it’s certainly not my favorite holiday, I do enjoy the aesthetics of Valentine’s day. I think the best part of this holiday is giving gifts, not just to romantic partners, but also to friends and family. I have come up with 3 simple Valentine’s … Continue reading Free Valentine’s Day Knitting Patterns – 3 Projects That You Can Knit Up In a Flash
Winter is an amazing season to curl up with a pair of knitting needles and some yarn. After all, the cold gives us knitters an excuse to stay inside and keep warm. Of course when we do go outside we’ll need scarves, hats, gloves, leg warmers, etc. So why not spend some time curled up … Continue reading Winter Knitting Projects
Colorwork knitting is a technique in which you knit with multiple colors of yarn. It’s quite similar to pixel art, except it is done with yarn and not a computer. When I was younger I fell in love with the beauty of pixel art, how it could be simple or complex, realistic or stylized, and … Continue reading Free Colorwork Knitting Patterns
3 tips for beginner knitters to help them with the quality and speed of their knitting.
Confused about the difference between the moss stitch and seed stitch? Or the moss stitch and the double moss stitch?
3 easy knitting stitches that even a beginner knitter can master.