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Monday, June 19, 2006

Knitting Instructions

Knitting Instructions

Well the knitting instructions tips just keep coming! Here's a great one for saving money which we all want to do, right?

"Sometimes, you may find that your woolen clothes are out
of fashion or maybe you have a particular piece that you
have never really liked that much. If it is an expensive
yarn, you can easily reuse the yarn using a seven-step
process outlined in-depth in “Knitting Essentials”

Remember, to make the reclaimed yarn useful for knitting
you will need to wash it and let it hang dry."

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Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Knitting Instructions

Knitting Instructions

It's time for another great tip for your knitting instructions. While it may take a long time to complete a knitting project, remember that the it is always made up of small steps. Here is another great piece of advice sent to me by the knitting expert Sarah Adkins

“Always Consider the Pattern”

The desired pattern should always be clear in your mind
before choosing any wool yarn.

If the intended pattern is complicated then never go with
mohair or angora because your pattern may become lost
under their long and hairy fiber.

When using a complicated pattern, a flat, regularly spun
wool yarn is the better choice.


This may seem like an obvious thing to consider but we all benefit from being reminded of these basic facts. For more knitting advice both simple and more advanced you can take a look at her helpful and information-packed book by clicking here.

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Thursday, June 01, 2006

Knitting Instructions

Knitting Instructions

In all the discussions about choosing the right yarn we must remember that sometimes it is the simple points that we forget. Following is a snippet of information sent to me by the knitting expert Sarah Adkins

"Always Consider Climate"

Climate is another important factor to consider when selecting yarn for a knitting project.

If you are designing something for a person living in a warm area then that person probably cannot even wear a chunky weight yarn product.

On the other hand, if the person is living in a colder area then a heavier yarn will be the right choice.


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