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Janina Kallio of Woolenberry is a prolific and very popular pattern designer on Ravelry. Her easy one skein shawl patterns have been knitted by thousands of people, who have given her top reviews for these lovely designs.
Janina cleverly makes use of lace stitches which create shawls that drape and stretch, making them much easier to style as well as feeling like they're light and airy. Exactly what you'd want to wear on cool summer evenings or in air conditioned spaces.
Summer is here, and what better way to spend some quality knitting time than with a summer tee pattern! I've searched throughout Ravelry and found 10 of the most highly rated (4.7 or higher), popular tees to help you decide on the perfect pattern.
You wash your precious knitted or crocheted hat, lay it flat to dry, and end up with unsightly folds that show even when it's on your head. What to do?
I'm going to demonstrate how I block lace or cabled hats. You will need one round balloon, a flexible measuring tape, and the head circumference size for whom the hat is intended.
You've created a knitted or crocheted project with some beautiful yarn, and when you try to wet block it, the wash water is full of dye bleeding! What to do?
The Fibonacci sequence is found everywhere in nature. It describes the whorls of seeds in the sunflower, the branching of trees, the flowering of artichokes, the scales of a pinecone. We are naturally inclined to appreciate the beauty of these numbers that surround us.