• sandy chayat

    I am looking for a pattern for the sweet pea flower in knitting

    Studio says: Check out stitch finder for a large list of knit flower patterns

  • http://knitting-twitter.blogspot.com/ Christa

    everything looks great… ciao ciao Christa

  • Dawn

    I am for the first time working with circular needles – do you have something on your site as how to perfect working with these needles

    “I LOVE YARN’

  • lisa

    Hello,
    Love hearing what everyone is working on.
    Currently I am trying my very FIRST sock..
    so far so good.
    lisa ( Christian , wife, Mom , grandmom, homeschool mum :-)

  • Angela M.

    I just love the Fair Isle cardigan that Andrea is working on! I have crocheted for about 25 years and have always wanted to learn how to knit as well. Seeing that sweater gives me the motivation to try to learn.

  • Marge

    What a delightful surprise. I love knitting and reading the newsletter.
    This was very personal. Thank you all for showing your work and part of your life.

  • Karen

    I love the stuff you are all working on. I just can’t seem to master the socks!! All I can say is Knit on to Will in that area.
    I’m in the process of starting a shawl, retrying my hand at socks, and a scarf on my needles.
    You all keep up the fine work.
    Blessings
    Karen

  • Carolyn S

    I would like to know where I could find the pattern for the Fair Isle wrap. It is great to see all of these fun projects!

    Studio says: Hi Carolyn, as it says above, you can find that pattern in the latest issue of Knitscene.

  • Katie

    I think you are all extremely gifted at both knitting and crocheting. I do both but knitting is my first passion. My grandmother taught me to knit using the garter stitch when I was about 10 but then I never tried it again until my daughter was little. I love both crafts but I still don’t know how to do a purl increase. Could someone explain that in one of your newsletters? Thanks. St. Louis Kate.

    Studio says: Hi Kate, see the Increases videos at KnittingHelp.com for a variety of both knit and purl increases, or if you’re local, come into the Studio and we can help you learn purl increases.

  • Annette

    Hi! Thanks for sharing your thoughts and your projects. It was fun reading about you! I have been knitting and crocheting a number of years now but I recently came across a problem with gauge. Working on an afghan in Vanna’s Afghan book…Warm up America! Afghan. The gauge says Block 7 x 9 but doesn’t say which block the textured blcok , the shell block. I thought I guess it doesn’t matter otherwise the pattern would have specifically would have said.
    Tried the I Hook which the pattern suggested. Completed the block and it was too small 6″ wide and less than 9″ long…Tried J Hook…still too small…Tried K still too small…then L hook …too large…what do I do now? Should I buy different needles from the ones I have and try the gauge again. I know the overall afghan should be 49 x 63 and I would like to end that size…what should I do?
    Thank you for listening.

    Studio says: I applaud you for gauge swatching! There is a metric size between the US size K (6.5 mm) & the US L (8 mm) which is a metric 7. You might try that hook and it might be just right.