Free Knitting Patterns – All Fiber arts
Free knitting patterns and how to instructions – All Fiber Arts.
Vintage Knitting Pattern Tips & Tricks « | Skiff Vintage
Skiff Vintage Knitting Patterns. Skiff Vintage Knitting Patterns is a collection of vintage knitting patterns for sale from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Click to find
Harlequin Modern Muks Slippers: Knitting Slipper Pattern
Your source for sewing accessories, trim, ribbon, appliques, craft supplies, knitting needles, quilting tools, and more!
Conversion Charts – Quilting, Sewing, Crochet, Knitting
Fabric Conversions Charts. When using a commercial sewing pattern, use the following chart as a guide for fabric widths not listed on the pattern.
Converting Patterns Between Knit and Crochet
Converting Patterns Between Knit and Crochet by Linda Have you ever found a beautiful pattern, absolutely perfect, but it’s knitted and you prefer to crochet?
Tricksy Knitter by Megan Goodacre Knitting Chartmaker
It’s Free! Welcome to our free online knitting chart tool! Here you can create, change, save, share and browse knitting color charts. Color. Choose your color palette.
Crochet Hook Standard Size Conversion Chart
There are a number of methods by which crochet hooks are sized. It all depends upon the country from which your crochet hook originates in as to what the numbers
How to Convert Knitting Needle Size | eHow
Convert between metric and United States sizing, or vice versa, by using your knitting needle conversion chart. For example, if your knitting needle is marked "2.0 mm
Skandinavian/American/UK conversion chart – DROPS Design
Back to top. Crochet hook conversion chart. Our patterns are translated into British English and/or American English. There are different different numbers/sizes of
Tricksy Knitter by Megan Goodacre
Tricksy Knitter is the brainchild of Megan Goodacre and Charles Jaimet. Megan is responsible for designing, knitting, and ranting, and Charles takes care of all
How to Convert a Knitting Chart to Text | eHow
How to Convert a Knitting Chart to Text. Although many knitters prefer the visual aspect of knitting from a charted pattern, others would rather read written