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Don’t overthink it: Narrow attached edging bind off

Don’t overthink this month’s 2-stitch decorative bind off edging Sometimes it is the easy things that can trip us up in our knitting. It seems that is the case for a couple of our “experienced” knitters this month in overthinking. … Continue reading

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What goes into the design of a smoke ring?

Spark excitement in how you can use the canvas of a simple smoke ring to play around with Form, Stitch Pattern(s), Embellishment, Structure. I think of lace as a fiber artist’s canvas. Allow yourself to think of adaptations and interpretations … Continue reading

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Smoke Rings: Sizing for a Custom Fit

Measure head size to determine target circumference. Depending upon your personal preference, you might want to upsize or downsize a bit. For length, measure from your forehead to an inch or two below base of neck depending on your preferences. … Continue reading

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Smoke Rings: Picking A Yarn

The project for our October KAL is Smoke Ring with Lace Edging,¬†a versatile accessory¬†you can wear laid on your shoulders as a dressy cowl neckline or pulled over your head as a wimple. A smoke ring is also sometimes referred … Continue reading

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In-the-round Spot Weaving

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Spot Weaving for other Kitchen Accessories

Since the Spot Woven Stitch produces a dense, non-stretchy fabric, it can be used to make sturdy kitchen accessories other than just the small dishcloth we’ve made as our practice project for this month’s KAL. To start you thinking about … Continue reading

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Spot Woven Dishcloth

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