Puddles pointing to optional strap on Ladies Night Out

Optional Strap How To

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Love Ladies Night Out, but need a little extra support? Puddles and I have you covered with just a few extra picots created with your scrap yarn! Check out the “optional” directions in the Finishing section of your pattern. Or if you are a more visual person, watch the “Optional Straps How-To” video below. Video Want to watch it directly on You Tube? Copy & paste this link into your browser: https://youtu.be/LlXeVfJHYlQ

Shoulder Short Rows How To

Sleeve Cap Short Rows How To

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I love it when you guys ask questions about techniques! How-to “blank” knitting tips are my favorite things to talk about because there are so many wonderful techniques in the knitting world and lots of different ways of achieving the same end. But sometimes a specific technique is required in order to stay true to the principles of a particular design. Such a case occurred when Ladies Night Out was in testing. One of the lovely test knitters said she was new to top down sleeves with sleeve cap short rows when combined with on the bias knitting. She found this tutorial so helpful, I decided to include it in the pattern. Happy knitting! Video Or copy and paste this …

Christmas Craft Market Close Up Wild Woolly

Rub a Dub Dub What’s in That Scrub

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, CIA Cowl MKAL, eco world, How-Tos, Q&A 0 Comments

Welcome secret knitting agents! In addition to food, personal hygiene supplies were another critical item included in the air drops during the Berlin Airlift. To that end, I discovered a Ravelry hand-maker who “supplies” modern day woman (& men) with eco-body products. So please join me in welcoming, Joanne from Wild Woolly! This is the first of 3 blog interviews for the CIA Cowl MKAL. Winter Snowshoeing – Joanne and her hubby love nature (c)Joanne from http://wildwoolly.com/. Used with permission. Winter Snowshoeing – Joanne and her hubby love nature (c)Joanne from http://wildwoolly.com/. Used with permission. “Hi” Joanne! Christmas Craft Market – Joanne is in the blue (c)Joanne from http://wildwoolly.com/. Used with permission. Christmas Craft Market – Joanne is in the …

Shabby Chic close up

Shabby Chic

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Cowls, How-Tos, Patterns, Shawls

Knit your fondest vacation memories with your favorite travel yarn into a funky Shabby Chic summer cowl. The feminine and eclectic stitch combination creates a wow FO from just a handful of common techniques. Celebrate the beauty of your stitches as you weave the end knot through the slits for a style uniquely you while your mind wanders back through sweet dreams of times past. The tech edited and test knit easy level pattern is fully written and fully charted with a how-to bind off and cast on tutorial available on the Knit Eco Chic blog. $6.75

Matcha Summer back close up

Matcha Summer

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Garments, How-Tos, Patterns

Summer knitting invites you to stay cool while you show off your stitches with Matcha Summer! This breezy all-in-one tank top design features a non-rolling hem, simple waist shaping, a fashion forward plunging back, and built in I-cord necklace accents. Quick knitting Matcha Summer is off your needles and on to “matcha” summer adventures in no time. The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions and a schematic. There are 2 photo tutorials related to the pattern on Knit Eco Chic’s May 2017 blog. $7.50 *Minimal finishing is key to this design! Knit in the round seamlessly from the bottom up, the shoulders are joined with the three needle bind off method. To save finishing stitches, an I-cord …