What is partial knitting?

What is the hardest part of knitting?

The hardest part of knitting a cable is the row where you switch up the order of stitches. You might need to practice how tight you need your gauge on this row to avoid having larger gaps on the edges of the cable.

What is Shetland knitting?

The making of very fine hand-knitted lace. Shetland fine lace is an extremely delicate knitted fabric made with soft Shetland wool spun into very fine yarn and knitted into intricate patterns. It is traditionally knitted by hand on wires using a knitting belt.

How long does it take to knit a gansey?

It takes around six weeks to knit a gansey by hand. They were usually made by mothers, wives and sweethearts and the patterns were passed down the generations via word of mouth – they weren’t written down.

Are knitting sweaters hard?

Well, it’s actually quite hard. Sweaters are large and require quite a lot of rows and stitches. It takes hours upon hours to finish. There are some amazing patterns out there (like my Love Sweater) and you really should give it a try at some point.

How do you prevent holes in short rows in knitting?

The easiest way to knit short rows is the wrapless method: work to the turning point, turn your work, slip the first stitch and tighten yarn, and then work the rest of the row as you would normally. When you’re working over the short-row turn on the next row, tighten yarn again to avoid a hole forming in the fabric.

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What does turn mean in the middle of a knitting row?

To turn, you literally stop in the middle of the row, turn your needles and start knitting in the opposite direction. This leaves a gap in the stitches. When turning sock heels, you will knit the stitch before the gap and the one after it together, eliminating any hole in the finished piece.