There was a wonderful response to our request for test knitters for a new sock toe. The take away you can use in your knitting now. Also a sneak peek to a new chevron concept.
It’s time to start applying our Nuance techniques to socks. In this introduction post we are asking for about 50 test knitters to try them out.
Design Along Post 4 Who’s ready to get their hands dirty … jump into the deep end or whatever metaphor works for you? As you can see, the back of … Continue reading
Design Along Post 3 Yes, I have been knitting the back of the sweater. Still so far so good and I am loving the Rowan yarn. I’m almost up to … Continue reading
Design Along Post 2 Time to jump right into this design. My Wish List There are a few things I know up front as I start the design. I’d like … Continue reading
Named in honor of the Cassini space craft that has been studying Saturn’s rings, this shawl has striking curves working in two directions.
The Showy Decreases rises up on the garter stitch to add striking dimension. Both the edges and bind off have a nubby texture you’ll want to use in you other patterns as well.
Where do Knitting Nuances come from? Some people, like my engineering husband and our chip-off-the-old-block daughter, think in linear lines… B follows A, C follows B and the world makes … Continue reading
I love to blog and generally have several posts in the works at the same time with ideas on sharing a new idea or how to best explain it. I … Continue reading
Introducing the Flat i-Cord! Here’s why I think you’ll love it as much as I do: Now you can knit an i-cord on straight needles There’s no need to slide the … Continue reading
I’d like to you take a minute to stop by a new blog page I recently added. You see, blogs are great ways of communicating ideas but they’re not so great … Continue reading