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Friday, May 26, 2006

Knitting Patterns

Knitting Patterns

To use knitting patterns well, one of the most important things is selecting the right yarn. Most people spend time selecting just the right knitting patterns but rush out and buy yarn without enough thought. The following is an excerpt from an email I received from the knitting expert Sarah Adkins.


"Selecting the right quality of yarn is one of the most influential factors of successful knitting. Essentially, the ultimate success or failure of your knitting project may very well depend on your selection of yarn. With this in mind, you will always want to consider who will be using your knitting product when selecting yarn for a project.

For example, if you are knitting a sweater for a man then lovely wool might be the right choice but if you are knitting some winter clothing for a baby that type of wool is probably not the appropriate choice.

When knitting for a baby, always use superwash wool because it allows you to machine wash and dry the yarn frequently. Also, always feel the yarn by rubbing it against your skin. If it feels rough to you, it will definitely feel the same way on a baby's sensitive skin."

This is just part of her wonderful information about knitting and you can learn more about her amazing book by clicking here.

Knitting Patterns
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