TASTER: More Tips on Knitting a Beret with Daphne Morris
Inspired by a beret her goddaughter wears, Daphne has written this simple beret pattern.
Knitted in a West Yorkshire Spinners illustrious double knit it produces a very light warm beret. Firstly Daphne shows how when knitting in the round, stitch markers are essential. Secondly she demonstrat...
Daphne loves to add cable to the garments she knits. Here we get to see a variety of styles including the very popular two part cable, a three part plait, and the honeycomb trellis. She also shares the idea of adding a cable border to something, such as a hat.
TASTER: How to Knit a Rabbit Scarf with Fiona Goble
Knitting in super chunky yarn, this will be quick to knit and adding the rabbit details really fun. Fiona talks you through how to add the face which is made as an additional section. Plus she has a great tip for keeping the scarf flat as it's knitted.
TASTER: Knitting a Remembrance Poppy from Rosee Woodland
The workshop is supported by an instant download pattern, which is available in our Shop. Click Here. All proceeds from the sale of the pattern will go directly to the Royal British Legion (less costs)
Rosee guides you through her pattern which is made up of small petals, large petals and a centr...
The three useful ways you might need are – picking up from the horizontal edge; picking up from a vertical edge; picking up along a curved edge. Rosee shows you very clearly how to do each of these.
Rosee gives you a great tip about choosing your needle size. And also how to avoid creating a flar...
In this little workshop Valerie uses up thin strips of fabric to create a knitted rug; if you know how to crochet then this is also an option.
The trick is how to join the strips when they are so thin, and Valerie has a couple of suggestions
If cotton fabrics are used the finished project is quit...