When working a sweater top-down the yoke comes first, then the body and sleeves are separated, the body is knit, and then those sleeves are worked from the bottom of the yoke to the cuff. Here’s how you start that sleeve!
Specific to knitting garments.
This post covers how to knit and attach a knitted, sewn-on button band to a cardigan.
Simply put: Ease is the difference between the size of your finished knit and the size of your body. So, if your item is bigger than you, it’s got positive ease. If it’s smaller than you, it’s got negative ease. So, how much ease is right for you and your project?
How to work an i-cord bind-off, a lovely little knitterly detail to finish a sweater neckline, blanket or shawl edge.
There are MANY ways to knit a sweater! This post explores sweater construction methods: bottom-up, top-down, seamless or seamed, and hybrid constructions.
Who doesn’t love a good pocket? I certainly do! We’ve got a few tips for adding in pockets as you go, or for adding them on after the fact.