Emily Ocker’s Cast On is a great way to start your knitting from the center. This can be useful when doing shawls and blankets, or hats and even toe-up socks! One of the best things about this technique is how you pull your work together with the slip knot you create during the cast on. It’s like magic!
Woolspun, with an exquisite range of neutrals and vivid classic colors, will quickly become your go-to yarn. The 12-ply construction means that garments drape beautifully and afghans and warm weather accessories have a cushiony soft bounce to them. Sold exclusively at Michaels and LionBrand.com
Takumi is light in weight with a warm natural touch. Bamboo is the ideal material for making knitting needles. The finest bamboo is used to manufacture knitting needles with accurate specifications. Each knitting needle is polished for smoothness. Practical bamboo improves with age, making these special Takumi Bamboo needles a long-lasting addition to your knitting bag.
- Step 1: Take your yarn and make a around your finger.
- Step 2: Take a crochet hook and insert it under the loop on your finger and grab the yarn connected to the ball with the hook.
- Step 3: Pull the yarn through the loop on your finger.
- Step 4: Grab the yarn connected to the ball again with the hook.
- Step 5: Pull the yarn through the loop on your crochet hook. This will create one stitch
Repeat steps 2-5 until you have cast on the number of stitches required by your pattern.