Have you caught the knit or crochet bug yet? It's not a germ, but it could become addictive. Love to Knit or Crochet? You're in the right place.
Love the thought of learning to knit or crochet. Great, we're here to help you along your journey into a thoroughly enjoyable hobby that may take you places you hadn't even realized.
Need a few new pointers, or a new way of looking at old problems. Yes, we've got you covered there too.
There's something so addictive about using your hands to make this type of craft. You've seen the cartoon about someone knitting a short scarf, that ends up dragging on the floor?
Once you begin a project, it's easy to pick it up in every spare moment, while you're watching TV, or chatting, on a plane or a bus, or even on lunch hour at work.
Knitting and Crocheting could very well be the
So how exactly do you knit or crochet smart? Thought you'd never ask.
Just remember, even the most glamorous garments are made with basic techniques and easy stitches that most beginners already know.
When you're just getting started, you may think you need to follow someone else's instruction but I have a little secret for you.
You do not necessarily need to follow someone else's instructions.
With a little background and mastery of some basic stitches, you can design your own project!
It is not as difficult as it seems. That is where this website comes in. Smart Knit Crocheting promises to help you to solve a variety of design and "how to do's" problems while you are planning to implement your very own, creative ideas.
Maybe you want to knit up a quick scarf, or show off your handiwork making a complete baby layette.
Perhaps you are new to knitting or crocheting and just can't wait to finish that first project. Or, possibly, you're well beyond the beginner stage, and are looking for something a bit more challenging.
We've got you covered.
From the very beginner through the seasoned knit or crochet enthusiast there's something for you here.
Have you ever been faced with one or more of these common situations?
There is a hope for you to find solutions to similar problems on this site. Everyone one who has ever picked up a hook or a pair of needles is face at one point with some form of problem. Maybe there is a simple solution, but far more common, the problems are a bit more complicated than you first imaged.
Hi, I'm Janice and I'm the new owner of this website. The site fell into my hands very early in 2021 and I am so excited to jump in with yarn in hand, and hopefully provide some answers to your questions and problems along the way. Meet me on my about me page
Everyone starts somewhere, and this site is especially suitable for the ultra beginner -- that is someone still struggling to figure out the difference between a hook and a needle.
My goal is to help you learn the basics and then some, so you too can knit or crochet the smart way.
The information is now in your hands.
Follow the step by step instructions and patterns - or be creative; the
choice is yours. Once each hand does its job, the yarn cooperates and
your work starts to look like a real masterpiece, you can relax and
enjoy the process. Your dreams become true!
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