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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

"E" is for EASY KNITTING LINKS

Everyone has to start somewhere, I am not an expert knitter. I did not make every project on my blog, except dishcloths and some others, and have hopefully linked to where the pattern and knitter might be found. I decided for today's "E" to assemble in this post links to easy knitting instructions, patterns and tips that I like and will hopefully be helpful to all.

EASY KNITTING LINKS:

KNITTING HELP
HOW TO KNIT A SCARF FOR BEGINNERS
KNITTING FOR BEGINNERS
TOO CUTE COWL SWEATER YOU CAN KNIT
EASY KNITTING BLOG

Finally a just had to throw in a dishcloth, below is the link to the dishcloth pictured. (I did not knit this)


The link for this cutie is: KNITTY KITTY: EASTER BASKET

6 comments:

  1. That's too pretty to be a dishcloth!

    Thank you for the links:)
    Kerry

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  2. That's a great idea. Love basketweave pattern.

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  3. Easy is always good. All of my crochet patterns are real easy ones that even a beginner can do.

    Love that dishcloth - an Easter basket!

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  4. As much as I would love to know how to knit (I learned how to knit and purl), I cannot figure out how to hold the needles properly to purl correctly, but I found a way to make my crochet projects feel as soft as knitting feels – huge crochet hooks!

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  5. I'm passing the links on to my daughter. She started knitting last year and has made some really cute stuff. Of course, it doesn't hurt that a lot of her creations are worn by her kiddos, two incredibly bright and beautiful little people who happen to call me Grammy. ;O)
    ~ Beth

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  6. @Word Nerd
    Isn't it fun being a granny?

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