Tips, tricks, hints and hacks for the knitter in search of a better way.
From the team that created A Year of Techniques comes a wonderful deep dive—for beginning and expert cable knitters alike.
“Begin, be bold, and venture to be wise.” (The Roman poet Horace knew a lot about first sweaters.)
Keepin’ it real: when overconfidence kicks in, there are lessons in humility ahead.
We complete our course with the knitterly equivalent of bungee jumping: cutting a steek.
Can crowdsourcing be a solution to the age-old problem of lying swatches?
Like frontier life in the mid-19th century, log cabin knitting means making it up as you go.
How to make that colorwork pattern dance.
Embrace your destiny! A Year of Techniques is a 12-month festival of cool projects and tutorials.
Easier socks! We welcome the technique that can potentially banish the phrase “heel flap” from your vocabulary.
It’s a snap to create your personal library of MDK articles.
This is it: Jen’s excellent video on how to read a cable chart, and how to knit with and without a cable needle. Life changing!
The expert guidance of Kate Atherley transforms a finishing challenge into something completely possible.