Como Telar un Gorro de Bebé – Fácil / Loom Knit Baby Hat in Spanish

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Como telar un gorrito para su bebé. Un Tutorial Completo – Fácil del comienzo al final. Visitanos en

Knit Me Thrice

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Corona del Sol 48 Hour Film Festival Spring 2008.

How to Knit the Zig Zag Openwork Stitch {English Style}

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For written instructions and photos please visit: This video knitting tutorial will help you…

Slow Blues Jam in C

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Just another video of a little improv I did today. I’ve been playing since November ’11 but I have added some new things, worked on the phrasing and the soul…

Bekaert better together in action – Testimonial Ken Atkinson – Sirolock

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Ken Atkinson is a researcher with Australia’s CSIRO, one of the largest research organizations in the world. After years of working with wool fibers, he was …

How to Knit the Cocoon Stitch (English Style)

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For written instructions and photos please visit: This video knitting tutorial will help you learn ho…

Spinning Video 2

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spinning tangerine fleece on the older wheel.

spinny spinny dinosaurs

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me spinning bethan around by her ankles.

How to crochet a ribbed stitch headband, make it any size

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CROCHET HEADBAND PATTERN, youtube video tutorial, how to crochet a ribbed stitch headband. Learn how to add a new yarn, or change colors in crochet here: htt…

Cables and Lace!

How to knit cables, Hearts Lace stitch, and joining a ball of yarn.

Welcome to the 18th issue of the online SpinCraft Newsletter, and thanks for being my subscriber. As always, if you don’t want this newsletter, or don’t remember signing up for it, please don’t spam me. Instead, click the link at the bottom to unsubscribe. I appreciate your kindness in that regard.

Spring Knitting

It’s been my experience that many knitters are also gardners and love the outdoors (hence the need for lots of hats and scarves). So it would not surprise me if you are finding less time for knitting these days, and are being captured by those occasional perfect sunny days.

As knitting season winds down, and summer opens up, this news letter will, likely, become a bit sporadic in schedule. In fact, that has already happened as I missed last Tuesday! As the Christmas and fall knitting bug starts to hit later in the season we’ll gear up again to be faithfully sent on Tuesday mornings.

Joining Yarn

Of course I’ve joined a million balls of yarn in my time. But I always enjoy watching how someone else does it. The questions is: Is there really a right way?

Most of the time I leave a long end, so that I have something to work in so that the ends can never ravel out. Sometimes, though, I’m knitting along with some store-bought yarn and find that they just joined it with a little knot with the ends clipped short. Heck… if they do that, why can’t I?

Most of the time I tie a knot with my old ball and new, because it gives extra security. But sometimes I an knitting something that is fine, and the knot will be in a visible place. Then I knit the two yarns together for a few stitches, leaving a smooth join.

In this issue we are featuring a video from Knitpicks using the “knitting in” method . She shows how to join by knitting the strands together. The nice thing about this method is that you don’t have to work the ends in later, just clip them off when convenient.

Heart Lace
———————————– brings us a video on how to knit “Hearts Lace Stitch.” It looks very complicated and makes a nice lace with little hearts, but it is really quite simple.

Knitting Cables

We have a very simple video by Fayme Harper demonstrating how to make a cable stitch. She shows a basic 6 stitch cable… with some beautiful tan yarn!

Back to Work

And it’s back to work for me! So much to get done.

By the way… did I mention that one of my many jobs is doing tech support for a guy who puts out a computer “How to” newsletter and website: Ask Leo! You can ask Leo questions about your computer and tech problems, and he gives great answers. He also has a newsletter that is published weekly: get it here: Ask Leo Newsletter.

As always, happy spring and happy knitting!

Connie Delaney 


Learn how to read multiples in knit & crochet patterns with Red Heart Yarns

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Learn to read and understand *’s, ( ), [ ] in knit and crochet patterns beginning with the most simple examples

BEST Invisible Part: Part 1 of 4 – Sew-in

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hair used milky way 16inch at the bottom and 14inch at top bought from local bbs ….you can find this hair on more info coming once fully uploaded



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