We all have yarn in our stash that we don’t know what the fiber content is. Here is a way to tell at least 4 different ones. Wool, cotton, bamboo, and acrylic.
You just type in what colors you want to use and how many rows you want of each color and the generator will let you see what it looks like. If you do not like what you look at you change change it.
I’ve never dyed any yarn, but this makes it look easy.
I have never done this cast on, but it looks so easy and neat!
I’ve only done socks from the top down. This makes doing it from toe up easy.
Handy little chart to have.
I’ve done lots of 3 stitch I cords, but never a 2 stitch one. No audio with this video.
Something I’ve not done, but want to try.
Lots of information that I did not know.
I knew there are a lot of different yarn brands, but not this many!! Also lists discontinued yarns.
For those of you who love to knit socks here is a chart that I hope will be helpful.
I am not promoting this company. I have never seen a sock ruler before and thought may be some of you had not seen one either.
Interesting article from Canadian Living magazine.
This article tells how to read the verbiage for knitting lace.
Good way to preserve your favorite books!
It was interesting to see when a picture of swatches with the same number of stitches and the same number of rows, bu one garter and one stockinette and they are not the same length.