You found this wonderful second hand hank of yarn at a yard sale, ripped out an old second hand sweater for yarn or just frogged a beanie you knitted and never wore? Any and all of these? Never the less, you need to get that curly noodle yarn to behave and be pretty! Here’s the […]
Affordable Knitting Gadgets You Need to Get Right NOW!
Yarn gadgets, you know you want them… I mean NEED them! Here’s some of my favorites need to own knitting suff to own! This post just crawls of affiliate links! If you like something you see in this post, just click on the picture and you will be taken to the shopping place. It doesn’t […]
How to polish up an old pattern and make it sell again!
So you know like you know like you KNOW that your pattern is great but it just doesn’t reach the right people! It’s been a while since anyone has downloaded it and it has just a few pattern pages. What to do? You feel your mood, inspiration and motivation going down the drain and you […]
How TO Get Seen for Knit Designers
You can have the most gorgeous designs and pattern that knit them selves when you throw yarn at it, but you can’t make a sale if no-one knows you exist. In this post I’ve gathered some things that will help you get seen, even if you’re just a beginner! Pinterest Pinterest is not a social […]
Stitch Guide: Inc to 3 and inc to 5
Have you ever wondered how some knitters manage to knit perfect increases without leaving gigantic holes in the fabric? I have broken the code for perfect celtic cables and I’m sharing my knowledge with you here! Let’s begin Before we dive into the technique of this stitch, let’s ponder on where it is and can […]
Social Media For Pattern Designers
Social media is a very very important tool for knit wear designers, as it is for everyone selling anything, really. I have gathered some of the best tricks I’ve learned into this post. I am not a social media marketer or specialist, I just know that some things make sense and I wish I knew […]
Cyclone Cowl with Sweet Paprika Designs
It’s like magic! Knit a tube with only two needles, without having to seam! Who here hates seaming? Everybody! I wanted to do a top using this technique years back, but I didn’t have the know how. It wasn’t until I learned how to do an afterwards i-cord edging that it started slowly come to […]