Colorwork knitting

Discover the art of colorwork knitting and learn how to create stunning patterns using a variety of colors. Explore top ideas to add vibrant and eye-catching designs to your knitting projects.
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I love stranded colorwork knitting. There’s something about making pictures appear that is so addictive and I enjoy the challenge of transforming a limited number of squares into something recognizable […]

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With the Fair Isle Advent MKALendar you'll create a stocking cap or a cowl in 25 days... or take the emergency exit to turn the cap into a head-hugging beanie. All sorts of fingering-weight leftovers, scraps, half-a skeins, unicorn tails, or advent calendar minis are ideal.

Kirsty Williams
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Do you struggle with tight floats in three-color colorwork? Two-pass knitting is an easy way to knit multi-color stranded colorwork so that you're only working with two yarns at a time. In order to do this, you need to work the same round in two passes, alternating which stitches are knit and which ones are slipped. In this tutorial I demonstrate how to use this clever trick that makes knitting three-color colorwork a breeze!

Cassandra Cowan