Friday, September 21, 2012
Ribbed For Your Comfort
Now that you have your kit, balled your yarn, and cast on for the potluck hat, come knit along!
This week we’re featuring tutorials on purling for both Continental and English knitters for the brim of your hat. Ribbing is the stretchiest knitted fabric, and perfect for a warm, comfy watch cap. We’ll also look at tips for knitting in the round and review the types of circular needles that are available today. You can follow along on Ravelry or the Potluck Yarn blog.
More Witchy Kits
Find other new projects that will be featured in The Broken Circle on sale at the Supersock Store. Knitters who like felting will enjoy Esmeralde’s Possibles Bag, and newer knitters will love the simple pattern stitch of Aubergine’s Magic Wrap.
All 21 original patterns that inspired The Broken Circle are available for immediate download right here at Potluck Yarn. Plus you can preview the book and pattern book. Keep checking back for updates! Get 10% off all ePatterns with coupon code iheartpotluckyarn right now.
Get New Potluck Yarn Colorways
As you read along, as we post character biographies in The Broken Circle, you’ll notice the witches each have their own patterns and colorways. Some of these hand-painted yarns are available now at the Supersock Store. If you hurry, you’ll have time to knit up your own magic garment to wear for Halloween!
And the Winner Is..
Thank you all so much for taking time to vote on the book and cover designs for The Broken Circle: Yarns of the Knitting Witches. We’re unveiling the winner today.
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