Next week I have a video coming out that is written for flexible double-pointed needles and sock pattern written four flexible double-pointed needles, also known as FlexiFlips. And I have a couple of other videos on FlexiFlips, and I’ll give you a link to those in the video description field… Continue Reading Knitting Help – Options for Flexible Double Pointed Needles

In this tutorial, we’re going to run through the techniques used in my new sock pattern written for flexible double-pointed needles. And really the techniques used in this sock pattern, you can use any kind of needles, you can use DPNs or nine-inch circulars or magic loops or whatever but,… Continue Reading Knitting Tutorial – Socks on Flexible Double Points (aka FlexiFlips)

This week, we have a giveaway from Knitter’s Pride. I have two of their 16-inch circular Ginger sets to give away. These are really nice needles. I’m not just saying that. These have been my go-to needles since they’ve come out, the Ginger needles, in both 16-inch and the longer… Continue Reading Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Ginger 16″ Needle Sets

What happens when you combine velvet and knit together? You get stretch velvet. Not only does that mean you get comfort and elegance in one fabric, but also some of the trickiness that go with each type of fabric. When using stretch velvet, pick patterns made for knits. Loose, drapey… Continue Reading How to Sew With Stretch Velvet

Introducing my new heart cable knit scarf pattern! Hello, I’m Kristen and welcome back to my channel STUDIO KNIT. My cable heart stitch pattern is really popular with you so I thought you’d enjoy a project pattern using this stitch and it’s just in time for Valentine’s Day we’re knitting… Continue Reading Heart Cable Knit Scarf Pattern 💖 Valentine’s Day Gift

In this video, I’m going to demonstrate CDD or Center Double Decrease. And it’s my guess that there must be at least one or two patterns out that use this decrease. One or two popular patterns, new patterns out that use this decrease because I had never heard of it… Continue Reading Knitting Help – CDD, or Center Double Decrease

Confused with cables, befuddled with braid? Join me and learn how to use this cable needle. I’m gonna show you how to knit this cabled headband it’s a fantastic free pattern by Patricia from the Morning whisper. Have a look at the other patterns from the Morning whisper they’re all… Continue Reading Knit Cables | How to knit the easiest headband

– Today, on GoodKnit Kisses, learn how to make a circle on needles. You can use DPNs or circulars. This is not a short row circle. It’s great or making an applique to sew onto something else or for making little scrubbies or something. Let’s begin! Welcome to GoodKnit Kisses!… Continue Reading Needle Knit an Easy Circle (no short rows) Left Handed

[Kristen]- Drop stitches add such a beautiful interest in your pattern and this sea foam stitch is a garter stitch pattern that uses drop stitches of varying heights to create rippling waves. We’ll go from solid, to a two tone, and back again. I’m gonna demonstrate how to make the… Continue Reading Needle Knit | Sea Foam Stitch (Left Handed) One and two color variations

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