Learning how to knit has never been much easier thanks to this abbreviation chart that we recently found at DIY Hangout. This chart has symbols and [...]
Learn the Puff Stitch! #Crochet video and photo tutorial on moogly! ALT way to close a PUFF so to avoid extra stitch on next row
I've been looking for a pattern like this
Italian Bind Off Tutorial - Stretchy, great for necklines and anywhere you need elasticity.
Herringbone stitch: (For a border, knit 2 to 4 rows, then when you're ready to start the herringbone stitch, knit the first and last 3 stitches of every row. When you scarf is to your desired length, knit 2-4 rows and then bind off.)