Sometimes you just need a hand! Here is a brief list of helpful resources from Twisted and around the web.
Our Q&A blog series answers some of the most common questions we receive from customers. For example, do I really have to get gauge? What is the best first hat pattern? Does yarn weight matter? Should I use wood or metal needles?
In our Yarn 101 blog series, we explain some of the basic features of yarn and why they matter for your project. Learn about ply, color, fiber, and more.
Knitting and crochet patterns come with lots of abbreviations to decipher. Here are some of the ones we use.
In these pages, we demonstrate common knitting techniques using videos and written instructions with pictures. This is a work in progress as we add more videos and pictures regularly!
Starting: Slip Knot and Cast Ons - Starting your knitting project from the beginning.
Catching Floats - Keeping stranded colorwork tidy on the wrong side.
Kitchener Stitch - Invisibly graft two ends together.
Wash and Block a Hat - Blocking is magic!
The links below are to external websites not run by or affiliated with Twisted, but they're resources that we think might be helpful:
knittinghelp.com - the name says it all!
Ravelry - yarn/knitting/crochet community with limitless info on patterns and yarn
Knitty - great periodical of free patterns
Crochet in the Car - crochet "how tos"