Create new stitches on your knitted edge?! It’s really like magic.
This is a technique that’s handy for making button bands on cardigans, for a ribbed neckline, or for certain types of modular knitting.
It might sound daunting, but we’ve got some tips and tricks to make this manageable so you’ll be picking up stitches like a champ in no time!
You’re watching All Creatures Great and Small and you unintentionally join both fronts of your Ramona cardigan about 9” down from the neck (plunging neckline anyone?), and just keep knitting in the round, totally absorbed by the fantastic knitwear on the screen — not to mention the mossy stone walls — until you realize you were actually knitting a cardigan and not a pullover. (True story, it was an easy fix.)
So what to you do when you spot a mistake?
Bookmark this post for the Ramona Knit Along!
We thought it would be good to have one blog post to warehouse all your Ramona questions — and our answers. If you’ve got a question, chances are that others might be wondering the same thing. Keep checking back here, as we will be adding more to this post as the weeks go along.
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Raglan, top-down sweater? What the heck does it mean?! If you're joining us for the Ramona KAL in 2023, this is the method for both cardigans and the pullover.
A raglan, top-down sweater is one of the fundamental vocabularies of sweater design. In this video Iris shows us the big picture of how a raglan is constructed.
Starting a big knitting project?
When you embark on a bigger knitting project, it's kind of like making a delicious meal with high-quality ingredients — you need the right recipe (pattern), the best ingredients (yarn and needles), and you might need to learn a few new techniques.
This post walks you through the basics of project planning, so you can get organized and set yourself up for success! It's like a virtual version of the conversation we'd have in the shop with you. Read on for our recommendations!
We're here to tell you why we love a hot date with yarn.
It's easy to feel the passion and pull of a new project, you're so in love, you daydream about your pattern all the time, and you've finally found the McDreamy yarn for it! Why not just elope, cast on those stitches and run away together?!
We’ve been there and it’s so tempting to get swept up in that passionate moment!
You. Just. Want. To. Cast. On! ...But is it a match made in heaven? Or is it destined for frustration, tears, and maybe even therapy?