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Which Stitch Marker Necklace is Right for You?

Devin devin@knittymcpurly.com

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Which Stitch Marker Necklace is Right for You?

Hello Knitters! Here at Knitty McPurly, we believe that you should always feel pretty. And what better way to gee up a regular day outfit than a pretty (and functional) necklace?  I am a homeschooling mom and I still wear a necklace almost every day. At least every day that I change out of my pajamas. ;) Every Knitty McPurly Stitch Marker Necklace contains stitch markers which can be used in your knitting, but they look like regular necklaces. And they layer beautifully!  Let's start with Fiona. The Fiona Necklace is the shortest at 20", and has low profile large...


How to Make Your Own Knitty McPurly Signature Necklace

How to Make Your Own Knitty McPurly Signature Necklace

Hello Fellow Makers! The Signature Necklace was born out of the desire for a trendy necklace on a tight budget. If you prefer to purchase a necklace (which at $16 is still good for those on a tight budget!) then just go buy one using the Catalog button on the left. They are usually in stock and if they aren't, then more are coming soon! But if you are that person (like me!) who just wants to make it yourself, then here is a wee photo tutorial to walk you through the process!  Thanks for reading, friends! Note: The leather...


Knitter’s Elbow

Devin Ventre

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It’s become kind of iconic in our household: Mama sitting on the couch, knitting. Sometimes when I put my three year old to bed, she tells me that I need to go sit on the couch, in my regular spot, and KNIT.  It’s like she feels safe knowing that I will be there, with my needles clicking, if she needs anything. So, knitting is kind of important in our house.  Which is why this next part is so hard for me to talk about.  But I’ve decided to tell you the truth... I have... *sigh*...  Knitter’s Elbow. Sometimes called (ok,...


How To Attach a Pocket to a Knitted Sweater

Devin Ventre

Hey, folks! I thought I would work up a little photo tutorial on how to attach the pockets to my Gigi and Little Gigi cardigans. (This also works for the Potomac cardigan and Potomac worsted!) But, this tutorial would really work anytime you are attaching a knitted pocket to a knitted object. I hope you find it helpful! If you prefer video tutorials, this one from Garnstudio uses the same techniques, but with a stockinette pocket instead of reverse stockinette.  Good luck, and leave a comment if  you have any questions/comments! This is a rustic, simple sweater, and I liked the way the sewn on pocket...