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Kitchener Stitch

A photo of the printed Kitchener Stitch instructions below two balls of yarn

The Kitchener Stitch (a form of grafting) is a technique used to invisibly join two live edges of knitting, such as the toes of socks, or the two ends of a cowl that was knitted flat. Throughout the process, it's better to keep your tension too loose than too tight. You can fine-tune your tension

Country Girl KAL begins Nov 9

Country Girl KAL

Sarah of Sarah Elizabeth Fibre Works and I are teaming up to bring you an awesome KAL! Do you have a few of those special skeins in your stash? The ones you bought because they're amazing, but you're struggling to find the perfect pattern to pair them with? This pattern was designed to showcase exactly

Country Girl support page

Tutorials to help you get through the Country Girl cowlette! This page is a work-in-progress - please let me know (Sarah@knitabitofwhimsy.com) if you need a hand right away! Do you like knitting, live videos and prizes? Don't forget to join our You Can't Take the Country Out of the Girl Knit along! https://youtu.be/WcUgWEZnoro The Central

It’s Giveaway Time!

Sarah (@sarahelizabethartistofcraft) and I (@knitabitofwhimsy) have teamed up so that we can give away prizes to two lucky entrants! 🐑 First prize will be one skein of your choice of in-stock Easy Ecowash from Sarah Elizabeth Fibre Works (www.sarahelizabethfibreworks.ca) AND the ‘You Can’t Take the Country Out of the Girl' cowlette pattern from Knit A