This year I’m joining the Indie Designer Gift-A-Long (the GAL) on Ravelry as a designer! What the heck is the Gift-A-Long ? To summarize it in only one sentence, the GAL is a giant…
Area of effect: a term used to describe an effect that affects multiple targets within a specified area; also my newest sock pattern, now available for free! Take a dice and roll it as if your knitting depends on it because… it does!
To avoid the Second Sock Syndrom, most of the knitters decide to the 2AAT (2 At A Time) technique. But, this is reserved for magic-loop user, bummer! We’re presenting here today how to adapt the 2AAT technique to DPNs.
Magic-loop or double pointed needles, that is the question. To help you choose a method, we’ve compile pros and cons of each technique.
Discover Gliding Birds, my new sock pattern which plays with cables and lace like a bird rolling around in updrafts.
Everything you need to knit on a daily basis can fit into a pouch. Find out what’s in mine and my 7 essential knitting tools.
The Radiative sock, my latest FREE sock pattern is published! Discover this banana sock right away!
Today is the day. I’m launching this new Technics&Tips section (in English!) with how to achieve an elastic cast-on with my favourite technic. I started to study this subject when…
Double pointed needles, circular needles, magic loop, taat, everything you need to know to knit small pieces in the round, or near enough!
The legend says that Lord Kitchener invented this technique to graft toes of handknitted army socks. Even if the technique was used long before, this technique is still named after its fervent champion. We too want seamless closed toes! Follow this technique tutorial.