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How to work a tubular cast-on for ribbing

How to work a tubular cast-on for ribbing

by Ysolda Teague January 18, 2021

Learn how to work a tubular cast on with our tutorial, a neat way to begin ribbing which gives your projects a beautiful finished edge.
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How to read your knitting

How to read your knitting

by Laura Chau January 13, 2021

Learn how to read your knitting, an important skill to help you identify your stitches, understand how knitted stitches are created and how they work together.
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Help! Where am I in my knitting project?

Help! Where am I in my knitting project?

by Laura Chau January 08, 2021

Everyone has a few abandoned knitting projects, but how do you figure out where you left off when you get back to it? Read our tips for how to find your place, and how to make things easier on yourself for next time!
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How to knit twisted rib

How to knit twisted rib

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com December 11, 2020

Twisted rib is a beautiful stitch to add to your knitting repertoire! This easy knitting technique produces a wonderfully tidy, reversible fabric that's a simple fix for messy ribbing.
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Ladderback Jacquard Tutorial

Ladderback Jacquard Tutorial

by Sarah Stanfield November 13, 2020

Learn about ladderback jacquard in this tutorial, a neat way of handling long floats of non-working yarn when knitting colourwork patterns.
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Finishing Glenmore

Finishing Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com May 14, 2020

You've made it to the very last Glenmore tutorial, and I'm so proud of you! I hope you have a sweater that makes you feel amazing, and that you've enjoyed the process. If Glenmore was your first garment know that you've built a great foundation for a handmade sweater wardrobe that's exactly what you want to wear.
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Picking up the neckband on Glenmore

Picking up the neckband on Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com May 07, 2020

Congratulations! If you’ve made it this far on your Glenmore sweater the only knitting you have left to do is the neckband. Don't worry if you're still working on the body or sleeves, there are no knitting police, and now more than ever we all deserve to cut ourselves some slack when it comes to productivity, especially for the things we're doing for fun.
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Adjusting the sleeves on Glenmore

Adjusting the sleeves on Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com May 05, 2020

How to knit the sleeves on Glenmore, and, if necessary, adjust them to fit your body perfectly. Did you see that the pattern includes a spreadsheet you can use to easily alter the sleeves without doing any maths.
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Wardie — open cardigan variation

Wardie — open cardigan variation

by Rebecca Redston May 01, 2020

I love my original Wardie, but wanted a slightly different style for this grey one to wear around the house with pjs or leggings. I stalled out on what to do with the buttonband as I knew I didn’t want it to have buttons. I’m not really a cardigan person and much prefer pullovers.
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Picking up the sleeves on Glenmore

Picking up the sleeves on Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com April 30, 2020

A detailed look at how to pick up stitches for the top down sleeves of Glenmore.
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Finishing the body on Glenmore

Finishing the body on Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com April 28, 2020

A short post on finishing the body of Glenmore with a tutorial for binding off in pattern.
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Trying on the body – Glenmore

Trying on the body – Glenmore

by Ysolda support@ysolda.com April 23, 2020

In my last post I showed you how to cast on at the underarm and join the body of Glenmore in the round. The actual knitting of the body should be nice and relaxing, without anything complicated, but you might be undecided about how long to make it.
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