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How to Knit a Bunny from a Square with Studio Knit. Knitted Softies! via @StudioKnit

How to Knit a Bunny from a Square

Knitting Blanket Tutorials - How to Make Large Chunky Blanket

This is the Easiest Tutorial for That Chunky Knit Blanket Everyone Loves

Free Knitting Pattern for Hogwarts inspired Coffee Cup Cozies, Free printable pattern in the blog story. Easy and fast to make! Perfect handmade gifts. Pattymac Knits

Free Hogwarts Inspired Knitting Pattern

Free Knitting Pattern for Hogwarts inspired Coffee Cup Cozies,--inspiration only-knitting not crochet

Free knitting pattern for Knitting Tote

Craft Tool Knitting Patterns

Anxious to pick up your needles, but tired of making your usual hats, shawls & sweaters? Try one of these creative, unusual knitting patterns for a breath of fresh air.

They Knit That?! 13 Unusual Knitting Patterns You Never Saw Coming

How to Knit a Bunny from a Square with Studio Knit. Knitted Softies for Springtime and Easter! via @StudioKnit

How to Knit a Bunny from a Square

How to Knit a Bunny from a Square with Studio Knit. Knitted Softies for Springtime and Easter!

Finger Knit T-Shirt Yarn Necklace

Finger Knitting Necklace Tutorial Is Super Easy

You will love this finger knitting necklace tutorial and the results are simply stunning. Be sure to watch the how to finger knit video tutorial too.

Tutorial: Twice-Knit Knitting by Megan Mills Twice-knit knitting is an unusual technique. It is remarkable because in addition to having almost no stretch it doesn't ravel. That's right, you can knit a fabric from Twice-knit and cut it, it won't ladder. It is a thick, dense fabric because the stitches are turned 90 degrees to the fabric surface. It feels plush and springy.

Twice-Knit Knitting: create a fabric unlike any other knit fabric! Doesn't ravel, doesn't ladder, even if cut. Thick and dense, with a plush and springy feel.

Adding Beads to Your #Knitting {Knitting}

How to add beads to your knitting: with the help of a crochet hook. The hook is used to hold the bead and then slip it over the stitch. This allows you to place beads on individual stitches without having to pre-string the yarn with beads.

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