Hi, Guys and Welcome to Studio Knit. Today, as part of my Summer Knit Series, we are going to save abandoned baby birds by knitting Bird Nests for Charity! Last week, an article on the cover of my local San Francisco newspaper caught my attention: Knitters Answer WildCare’s call for… Continue Reading How to Knit a Birds Nest for Rescued Wildlife Animals

Today, we’ll be making a simple scarf to teach you the basics of knitting: how to cast on, how to knit, and how to bind off. You’ll need yarn, knitting needles, and scissors. We’re using a medium-weight yarn and standard size 9 single-point needles. We’ll begin by creating a slipknot… Continue Reading How to Knit | Hobby Lobby® | Beginner Scarf Tutorial

Hi, this is Kelley and we’ll talk about how to cable without a cable needle and we’re gonna be making the McKenna mitts today and I am very excited about that you’ll see our new sign Jim made that for me he thought it might make it easier for you… Continue Reading How To Knit Cables Without a Cable Needle & McKenna Mitt Tutorial

Hi, Guys! And welcome to Studio Knit. I’m Kristen and I am here with Delilah Delilah is my niece my very knit worthy niece and some of you might remember her from our last collab which was what in 2016 NOT MY ARMS CHALLENGE. The Not my arms challenge and… Continue Reading LOOP YARN 💖 How to Hand Knit Headband + Blanket

To start a project on double pointed needles, use a single DPN and the long tail cast on to make all the stitches, then transfer a third of them each to a different needle. This arrangement can be tricky to manipulate, but do your best to create a triangle with… Continue Reading Start Knitting on Double Pointed Needles (DPNs) // Becky Stern

To transition to double pointed needles, start a new row with an empty needle in your right hand, and knit one third of the stitches onto it. Then scrunch the stitches towards the center of the needle and pick up another one. Repeat with two more needles and the remaining… Continue Reading Knit in the Round on Double Pointed Needles (DPNs) // Becky Stern

A digital row counter for knitting! Hi, Guys! I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit. Today, I’m sharing with you these cute Digital Row Counters a fun idea to help with your knitting. They just attach to your finger and help you track your knitting row by row. I thought… Continue Reading DIGITAL ROW COUNTER | Knitting Tools

(bright music) – Welcome to GoodKnit Kisses techniques and tutorials. Hi, I’m Kristen. We’re teaching techniques and tutorials at GoodKnit Kisses to help keep you in stitches. (laughs) Today’s clip is from a longer video of a longer tutorial that is a pattern. We are going to shorten it down… Continue Reading Connect Knitting in the Round on Circular Needle (CC)

Hi, this is Kelley I’m here today to show you how to cast on for two at a time mittens in the round using the Magic Loop method and I have some chunky weight yarn here and I have circular needles and I find that a lot of people enjoy… Continue Reading How To Cast On Two at a Time Mittens With Circular Needles

Hi, Guys, I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit! It’s Hat Month and I have been receiving a lot of requests from you on how to knit on circular needles! Today with my five easy steps, you can start knitting in the round like a pro! When I make my… Continue Reading How to Knit on Circular Needles in 5 Easy Steps | KNITTING TOOLS