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Arm knitting is a popular new trend that has hit the knitting world. You may be wondering, “What is Arm Knitting”. It is exactly as the name implies. Instead of using traditional knitting. . .(more)
Finger knitting is a way of knitting without needles. It is sometimes called finger weaving. Learn how to finger knit and find fun finger knitting projects to make.
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. . .(more)
Here is everything you want to know about loom knitting! You will find loom knitting for beginners, loom knitting stitches, and many types of looms, such as the long loom, circle, and flower loom.
Loop yarn is a new type of yarn.
What is loop yarn?
This puffy yarn features unique preformed loops which makes it possible to knit without knitting needles. All you need are your hands!
Who can knit with loop yarn?
Anyone. . .(more)
Spool knitting is also known as corking, Knitting Nancy, French knitter and Bizzy Lizzy. This fun, easy craft is ideal for kids of all ages, from 4 to 99. Learn how to use a spool knitter and learn how to make projects using the spool knitting cord.
One of the biggest reasons for joining a knitting guild or organization is to get knitting inspiration.
Here is a list of our favorite websites and blogs that are all things knitting. These are sites that we love and would personally recommend to our visitors. So take a look at some of our favorite places...we're sure you'll like them too!