Tips, tricks, hints and hacks for the knitter in search of a better way.
Concise, smart, to the point: Jen Arnall-Culliford’s tutorials are such a refreshing way to learn something new.
It’s our favorite transformation: blocking a finished piece of lace knitting. Using blocking wires makes a huge difference.
Keep track of any pattern that repeats across a row—stitch markers will keep you on track, especially when knitting lace.
The absolute, essential technique for making lace: the yarn over. A world of beautiful knitting comes from understanding this single, simple maneuver.
Sometimes, you simply forget to make a yarn over. It’s the most common error in lace knitting—and it’s easy to fix. Seriously, a game changer.
Sometimes you just need to get back to the place where it was all working right. A lifeline lets you undo a messy patch of lace with confidence.
The garter tab cast on is a bit of magic—begin a triangular shawl with this very clever technique.
“Tink” is “knit” spelled backwards. Here, the most efficient way to undo a few stitches when you notice something’s out of whack.
Pin combs are a great way to speed your blocking. See how Jen Arnall-Culliford does her magic with this clever tool.
“What round am I on?” Here’s the surprisingly simple way to keep track.
Join two pieces of knitting with one of the great seaming techniques.
The only tutorial you will ever need on how to work a seamless graft in knitting.