The Best Gifts for Knitters
Looking for a gift for your favorite knitter? The most obvious answer is something handmade and something adorable as knitting itself is a symbol of love. If you’ve been the lucky recipient of a hand-knit gift, you would love to show your appreciation and that is by gifts that take a prized spot in a knitter’s craft collection. Look beyond knitting needles and bundles of yarn and try out some incredible knitting accessories that bring your loved knitter joy. While there are many notions that a knitter needs in their craft, we will mention a few that can be counted...
How to Choose the Best Wool for Crochet?
Wool is a loved yarn, its warmth and softness make it a favorite of most knitters and crocheters. Choosing any yarn can be pretty confusing but rest assured not much wrong goes with wool. Be it knitting or crochet, the yarn is a wonderful choice for both crafting techniques. Learning to crochet is tricky enough. You have to understand the yarn first and then decide upon a crochet hook before starting any project (glance over our previous blog on how to choose a crochet hook). Don’t make the process harder by choosing the wrong yarn, just go with wool. Why...
A Guide to Lantern Moon Needles
Lantern Moon is built on principles of elegance, artisan skill, beauty, and luxury and the needles that are offered are no exception. The selection that is offered is sure to fit the needs of a new or experienced knitter and every type of project.
How to Use Double Pointed Knitting Needles
Double pointed needles (DPNs) have a special place among the knitting tools. Usually, a set of five needles, DPNs allow knitting from both ends and are the most convenient option to knit in the round. Knitters love their double-pointed needles and there are sufficient reasons to do so. They have been handy tools to knit in the round, even the smallest circumference projects, such as socks, hats, baby booties, and the fingers of a glove. To knit with double pointed needles is a challenge if you are just starting, but with time and practice, who knows it might become your...