HOW TO BLOCK KNITTING

How to Block a Scarf You Can Be Proud Of | Salihan Crafts Blog


How to Block a Scarf You Can Be Proud Of | Salihan Crafts Blog


Let’s start with why you should block your knitting. “The Knitting Answer Book” by Margaret Redcliffe summarises it into five reasons: Reduce curling

Knitting Fundamentals: How to Block Your Knitting Project


Knitting Fundamentals: How to Block Your Knitting Project


What can you do to help your knitting project look more shapely and complete? Block it! I’ll show you how. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Long; Tags: Knitting






How To – Blogs – Knitting Daily


How To - Blogs - Knitting Daily


How to Block A Lace Shawl Using Blocking Wires You can always use pins to block any lace project. But for generations, women have used thin wires, or even strong

Knitting How-To: Wet Blocking Your Gauge Swatch – YouTube


Knitting How-To: Wet Blocking Your Gauge Swatch - YouTube


11/2/2010 · In this video I talk about getting accurate gauge in your knitting when knitting in a pattern stitch. How to block your swatch and your knitting, and why

How to Block a Knitted or Crocheted Shawl


How to Block a Knitted or Crocheted Shawl


How To Block A Knitted or Crocheted Shawl. If you’ve ever knitted or crocheted a shawl, you may have noticed it needs a little help after completion.

How to Wet Block Crochet Afghan Squares (and Knit too


How to Wet Block Crochet Afghan Squares (and Knit too


Wasn’t sure you could wet block acrylic. Thought you’d need steam, i.e., heat, for the fiber to relax. I just knitted the Lichen Shawl (it’s on Ravelry) with

Help! How to block baby blanket – Knitting Forum – GardenWeb


Help! How to block baby blanket - Knitting Forum - GardenWeb


This forum is for the discussion of knitting, crochet, weaving and other fiber arts. Here we can settle such questions as what is the best way to construct a cozy for

Blocking Lace – About Knitting – Free Knitting Patterns


Blocking Lace - About Knitting – Free Knitting Patterns


Blocking is an essential step in any lace knitting project. It can be tedious, but you have to do it in order for your lace to look its best.