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Android App Review – Knitting & Crochet Buddy

If you’re looking for an android app that allows you to import charts or knitting instructions and highlight the row you’re on, Knitting & Crochet Buddy is probably your best option. Be sure to also check out my other posts on Android Knitting Apps!   The basics The app promises to be an...

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Book review – The Magic of Shetland Lace Knitting by Elizabeth Lovick

Though perhaps not suitable for beginninners, as The Magic of Shetland Lace Knitting: promises to be, this book is certainly a good resource for the more accomplished lace knitter. The stitch dictionary especially is a good resource. I certainly don’t regret purchasing this book, and it has come in handy...

Three Knitting Row Counters for Android 5

Three knitting row counters for Android

If you have an Android tablet our smartphone, you have a while bunch of apps available to you that will make your knitting life easier. Of those, row counter apps are probably amongst the most useful. Here’s an overview of three of the more popular choices.

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Android App Review – Knitting Patterns Database Pro

Knitting Patterns Database Pro is a fairly new knitting Android app. Already full of features, it’s under active development, comes with excellent support and is probably one of the best knitting apps out there today. And it’s promising to only get better.

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Karbonz Double Pointed Needle Review

Ever since I started knitting socks, I’ve been searching for the perfect set of sock needles. For me, this means DPNs. I don’t like circular needles for knitting in the round, though I use them for flat knitting. I just can’t get on with magic loop; constantly drawing through the...

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Book Review: The Principles of Knitting by June Hemmons Hiatt

The Principles of Knitting is not for the faint hearted, and certainly wouldn’t be every knitter’s cup of tea. If you’re the sort of knitter who is happy to follow patterns and has no desire to improvise or design patterns of your own, this book is probably not for you....