This is a new way of knitting for me. This lady has her needles attached to a belt!
With a little bit of sewing here are many ways to store your knitting utensils. Which one is your favorite?
If you are using more than one color and have to change yarns this is an easy way to to weave in yarn and not have to do it when the project is finished.
* Sew the seam with the sewing machine.
* Overlock each seam allowance separately.
* Steam the seam open.
* Tack the seam allowances down with a catch stitch.
A video about this subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=41&v=d783OdG_7fs
EASY TO KNIT ~ Great compilation of knit stitches . . . https://www.easytoknit.com/
Basket Weave ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/basketweave
Circular Knitting ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/knitting-in-the-round
Eyelet Lace ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/eyelet-lace
Knit Purl ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/knit-purl
Multi-color ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/multi-color-knitting
Reversible ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/reversible
Slipped Stitches ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/slip-stitch-knitting
Textured Stitches ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/textured-knitting
Twist Cable ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/twist-cable
Zigzag Chevron ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/zigzag-chevron
You probably know some of these techniques, but there may be one or two that will be new to you.
Not all ways would look good on me. How many can you wear?