Learn to Knit Your First Cap

Tiny Courage
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So, you’ve knit a scarf or two, what now? Time to “move beyond the rectangle” and start knitting shapes!  This project is designed for knitters who are comfortable with the basics – casting-on, knitting, and purling. In this tutorial we learn the next steps – knitting in-the-round, working ribbing, working with double-pointed needles, and working decreases.  Pattern includes three sizes – Child, Adult Small, and Adult Large.  This pattern includes links to four instructional videos to guide you through the new techniques you’ll learn.

Pattern includes links to video tutorial.

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About the author

My name is Staci. I’m a Master Knitter, and have been knitting for over 35 years. It's my passion.

I am a knitwear designer and knitting teacher. I combine these skills to create patterns with video tutorials that ease knitters into advanced techniques, such as socks, sweaters, cables, and colorwork knitting. Additionally, I teach knitting classes at various locations in the greater Austin, TX area.

On Verypink.com you’ll find my blog, links to my knitting patterns, as well as technique and tutorial videos. All of my videos are shot and produced by Parker at TinyCourage.com.

Besides knitting, I enjoy spending time with my three Basenjis - Ike, Abe, and Tippy. I also like to put the needles down for a while to watch a baseball game, or to get out for a nice run.

If you have any questions while knitting through this pattern, you can reach me at staci@verypink.com.
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Publisher
Tiny Courage
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Published on
Feb 1, 2014
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Pages
11
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Features
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Language
English
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Genres
Crafts & Hobbies / Needlework / Knitting
Design / Fashion
Design / Textile & Costume
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This content is DRM protected.
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