A few weeks ago I’ve got an email from one of my knitting friends (thank you, Trudi!) with a photo of a machine knit scarf that she wanted to replicate. The scarf had a stripe worked in an interesting stitch pattern – it looked like a set of simple eyelets but each eyelet was longer […]
I’ve never knit a lace edging, the one that is knit separately to be attached later on to bohemian dresses, fancy blouses and handkerchiefs. The one that is often used in haute couture, especially now when lace is having an ultimate comeback. So when I’ve got a request to make a tutorial about a
From what I could find, the technique we are going to discuss in this tutorial was invented by a brilliant knitter Debbie New. I learned this incredibly simple way to knit a gorgeous loose fabric from her book “Unexpected Knitting”. The fabric is quite unusual, and that makes anything made using this technique absolutely stunning.
This lovely stitch has a story. A few weeks ago I’ve got a photo of this stitch in an email from one of the knitters subscribed to my newsletter (thanks again for that jolt of inspiration, Honora :-). She asked me whether I know how to knit this stitch. I didn’t. In fact, I haven’t