Category Archives: LInks knitting

Knittin’ the mitten.

Paint drip scarf. Lawyers take up knitting. Gone fishin’. Want a bird on your lapel? Tidy edges on your knitting: a tutorial. Discuss in the comments.

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Co[i]ning the knits. Yeah, I don’t know what that means either.

Words to live by. More words to live by. A new use for snow. Related. NSFW. What could possibly go wrong?   We have all felt it.

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V-shaped knitting links for the new year.

Another ornament[al] use for your sock yarn scraps. Embroidery art. Knitted dreams. Anyone read Russian? Silly, silly. Is this a new use for I-cord? Beware of PETA people. WTF is this sh!t? This would work for knitting, too.

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It’s mitten season!

Another kind of Christmas knitting. The first flag of resistance. #saveourscraps! Subtly rude.

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Lacy links.

A sweet story. “Style matters, and cute brings you out in an unsightly rash.” Sheep buttons. Me, too. Knit like this, not like this. How to buy yarn for a knitter.

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Dawn of another knitting links day.

Another kind of lace. Socks for the winos among us. For the cross stitch aficionados among us. Tidy left-leaning decreases. via knittyblog.com For the crocheters: how to make an argyle scarf via the color pooling of variegated yarn “Sometimes it … Continue reading

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Twisted knitting links.

. Purple wolf FTW! I may need to take up cross stitch again. Fixing brioche with a crochet hook or with just your needles. (This one makes no sense to me.) I think she is doing it wrong.) All you long-haired … Continue reading

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Yarnbomb FTW!

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Linking yarns.

Using a limited color palette keeps this mitered square afghan from being too busy. A use for the Noro Shiraito I showed you in the blue sweater post last week. Competitive embroidery is a thing? It’s never too early to … Continue reading

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Lacing our links to success*.

Superpower. DPNs FTW! Sometimes it is hard to name a pattern. Then again, sometimes it is worth knitting something just for the name. This one is for the quilters and the Star Trek fans. A crocheted stashbuster afghan. Younger Son … Continue reading

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