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How to knit stripes and change colours

fluff and fuzz is moving to a new home, so you can now find this free tutorial here…

http://fluffandfuzz.weebly.com/2/post/2014/03/changing-colours-and-knitting-stripes.html

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7 Comments

  1. hi!

    i floated over here from my own wordpress blog, your link was on my page. just wanted to say that is one cute owl, and a great explanation for the technique.

    a fellow knitter,
    ana :-)

  2. Oh! Thanks for the info! :) It’s very helpful for the people who are learning how to knit with different colors. ;)

    I just love your work! The stitches are just PERFECT! (I wish I could do knitting that perfect lol)

    Can I ask a question? What yarn do you use?

    Greetings from Florida

    Sophia :3

    • Hello Sophia! Thank you for your lovely comment. For this project I used Cashmerino Aran from Debbie Bliss. It is really nice to knit with, and I think you can buy it in the US.

      Have fun knitting!

      Amanda

  3. camila

    hey i want to start knitting. i already know how to crochet. whats harder

    sincerely, camila
    (age11)

    • Hi there! Thank you so much for your message on my blog yesterday.

      I am so jealous because I have never been able to master crochet, I just end up making one big knot whenever I try to crochet, and then the whole thing unravels! I just find knitting easier because I learned how to do that first, so you may find knitting difficult because you are so good at crochet.

      The hardest thing about learning to knit is being comfortable working with two needles. But there are lots of excellent video tutorials on you tube which you may find helpful for casting on, making your first stitch, etc.

      I will try and post some more tutorials for absolute knitting beginners this summer to help you get started.

      Thanks so much for getting in touch

      Amanda

  4. Ellie Wharton (age 10)

    Hello there! these instructions are amazing and I am now going to continue using this website to answer any other problems or questions in the near future. You should be proud of your talent and don’t worry if you can’t crochet you can go along and learn just like I am doing good luck and goodbye x

    • Thank you for your lovely comments Ellie! I still can’t get the hang of crochet, but one day I will master it!

      Have a lovely week, and happy knitting (and crocheting!)

      Amanda
      fluff and fuzz

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