This is a short video showing you one way of how to avoid stretch stitches when joining your knitting on the round on double pointed needles. I’m starting to work on mittens that need 48 stitches so that’s 12 stitches on each of the four needles. Here I’m starting again… Continue Reading How to join stitches after casting on on double pointed needles

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

Today I’m going to show you how to knit with double pointed needles. Double pointed needles usually come in a set of five or six, and they’re used to knit in the round. Now, you might be thinking, I thought circular needles are for knitting in the round? What’s this… Continue Reading Double Pointed Needles for Beginners

You know when you’re knitting a hat and you get to that part where you need to decrease? And as you’re decreasing, there comes a point where you need to switch over to double pointed needles. You know that moment?  So if you’re at that point and you’re wondering how… Continue Reading How to Switch to Double Pointed Needles

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

Hi Knitters! It’s Nancy Queen from NobleKnits and today I’m going to talk to you about how to measure the length of your circular knitting needles. So I’m embarrassed to show you this but this really is how I store a lot of my circular needles. These are all the… Continue Reading How to Measure Length of Circular Knitting Needles