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What Knitters Are Saying
It makes so much sense explained this way. Thank you so much!
Cherry Purls Podcastabout How to Read Cable Symbols on a Chart tutorial
Thanks for such a great video. These were all issues that I have when trying to knit in the round. I gave up and pulled it all out. Now, I know what to do. Thanks so much for sharing this and for such a wonderful explanation. This is a big help to me. So glad I found this. Much appreciated and happy knitting!
Dorothy Mooreabout How to Knit Jogless Stripes in the Round
You have shown one of the best tutorials for a crocheted provisional cast on that I have ever seen — thank you! This cast on seems a bit laborious, but is probably worth the extra effort of pulling that yarn to the back for each stitch.
Alice Shawabout Provisional Cast On tutorial
Once again, I must add my thanks for your informative videos. Your additional tips re the basic explanation are great! I especially like the “lifeline through the needle hole” tip, since I do use that type of needle — easier than the tapestry needle method.
Alice Shawabout Using a Lifeline
Very well explained. You covered many tips that are quite useful! These lifelines are definitely “Life Savers”. Thanks for the tips.
Judidootooabout Using a Lifeline
Thank you. Looks very tidy and secure.
Linda Mumfordabout One Row Buttonhole tutorial
Who Is KarenDawn Designs?
Karen D. Robinson
Karen started knitting in graduate school where she earned a PhD in medieval literature. Although no longer in academia, she uses her love and knowledge of those medieval stories as the inspiration for her patterns, and each pattern includes a summary of the story behind the name.