Advanced Techniques

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Double Knitting

Reversible knitting. Double knitting is double thick and is a reversible project.

Entrelac Knitting

What is Entrelac knitting? It is a knitting technique that creats a diamond pattern. To learn more, check out the following links.


What is felt? Felt is matted wool. It become felt when it is matted together by heat, moisture and pressure. Learn more about felting by accessing the links below.

Fair Isle Knitting or Stranded Knitting

Knitting with more than one color is Fair Isle Knitting which is also known as stranded knitting.

Knitting In The Round (Circular Needle)

Articles on how to knit-in-the-round.

Knitting Intarsia

ntarsia is the technique of using separate piece of yarn to knit a decoratiave pattern which resembles inlaid work.


Now anyone can knit with the Knook!

What is knooking? Knooking is the new knitting. The "Knook" is a specialized crochet hook with a crochet hook on one end and an eye at the non-hook end.  A cord is threaded through the eye on the non-hook end. The cord holds the stitch while you create a knitted fabric.  When knooking, you are actually making knit and purl stitches.  

Knook is a cross between crochet and knitting.  Knooking can help a crocheter to transition to knitting by making stitches similar to knit stitches.  A knitter can learn more about crocheting and this can help them transition to crochet.

Since knooking is becoming popular, we have searched the internet and found some terrific free tutorials to teach you how to knook. This collection of tutorials includes different stitches for knooking like cast on, cast off, purl stitch, knit stitch, cable stitch, increase and decrease stitches, and lots more. 

Are you left-handed? Don't worry.  We also find left-handed knook tutorials. 

Don't miss the many video tutorials on Knooking.

Before you can begin knooking, you will need to purchase a knook and knook supplies.

If these instructional links and videos are not enough, we also have instructional and project books on Knooking.

Finally, don't miss our free knook projects and patterns page with many links for projects to get you started in knooking.

Happy Knooking!

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