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I will admit that I am not your average knitter: I don’t follow patterns; I don’t knit gifts (very often); and, I don’t knit accessories (unless I need a sample for the shop). I like to knit sweaters - sweaters that I can wear. But I also l
First, I get to choose the weight of the yarn. If I lived in Saskatchewan, a chunky alpaca merino blend would be wonderful! But if I lived in Newport Beach, a silky rayon blend is about all I could handle in January.
Second, the pattern
How do I order my free custom pattern? Here are the steps:
- Go to http://www.knitfitco.com
- Select the shopping cart icon in the upper right corner
- Browse the available designs and choose your favorite
Typically patterns suggest that you knit a gauge swatch by casting on 20 stitches and knitting 20 rows...PLEASE don’t do that! Here’s why…
20 stitches and 20 rows is a standard that has been adopted by the industry. It DOES NOT ins
All designers add "ease" to their patterns. But what does this mean? How does it effect the fit of the finished garment? And, as a knitter, how much control do I have in determining the ease of the sweater that I am knitting?
There is a time in one's life when everything changes. For some of us, this change happens when a life event throws us into uncertainty unexpectedly: a move to a new state, the death of a loved one or a marriage for that matter. We struggle
The length of a custom sweater is controlled by you. You can select a tunic lengthed design and knit it as a cropped sweater if you wish. Or, knit an average length cardigan as a 3/4 length jacket. It's up to you. (Just realize that the amount