In our previous blog, we discussed the power of inspirational words in our Mindful Collection. In this blog, we will take a look at the words imprinted on our needles - 2, 2.25, 2.5 and 2.75 mm knitting needles.
The whip stitch also called overcast stitch, is a useful stitch to have in your knitting repertoire. This stitch does not need to be knitted by knitting needles but with a darning needle. This stitch is not only used to seam two knitted pieces together but it can also be used to add a decorative edge to a knitted piece.
Lace knitting is an ancient and intricate art. With the right knitting needles and yarn, lace patterns become easy. The basic rule of lace knitting is to create strategically placed holes in the garment you are knitting. From the simplest pattern to the most complex ones, lace knitting looks ethereal.
Neat edges add a beautiful look to your knitting. You feel proud of your labour and the neat project gives you a soothing effect. When we knit scarves, blankets, dishcloths and other projects that have exposed sides, the appearance of those sides can make or break the overall look of the project.
Knitting with color is an art and one that, with practice, can be mastered by every knitter who is willing to try. All you need is the right knitting needles and yarn in variety of colors, plus a willingness to learn some new techniques.
Knitting is a language of love, an expression of creativity with knitting needles. No matter where the knitter is on the journey of the craft they need to get familiar with knitting vocabulary. The knitting community is a global, as anyone who is active on the internet, and in particular on social media can join the tribe of makers.