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

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

When you’re working in the round on circular needles and you’ve finished casting on all your stitches, you have to join these stitches and that’s intimidating to some people. Because look, it’s all twisty and crazy, but it’s really pretty simple. So you’ve had this needle in this hand while… Continue Reading How to Join in the Round with Circular Needles

this is Kelly and I’m here talking about our circular needles today and I’m going to be talking about the different brands that we carry and what I like about each and maybe what kind of knitters might enjoy knitting with certain needles so the first one I’m going to… Continue Reading Circular Knitting Needles – Review and Comparison

Knitting with double pointed needles? Here are five tips to make things easier, neater and safer for your knitting. Alright, let’s go! Tip 1: Tug at the Transfer. When you’re moving from one needle to another, you want to make sure that you tug on your working yarn. So let’s… Continue Reading 5 Tips for Knitting with DOUBLE POINTED NEEDLES

Welcome to the new Wednesday home of your Makers’ Minute. As always I’m Katie and today we’re going to be talking about these super cool Neko Double Pointed Needles. They’re bent! Unlike a traditional double pointed needle where it’s usually a set of 5 small straight needles, this is a… Continue Reading Makers’ Minute – Neko Double Pointed Needles

hi everybody its Nancy Queen from nobleknits and today I’m going to show you how this mysterious tool can help keep you from having dropped stitches on your circular needles when you put them down come back to them it’s a great little tool stay with me and I’m going… Continue Reading No More Dropped Stitches | Knitter’s Pride Circular Needle Protectors