Hello everyone! Happy Fourth of July weekend! Today, I am sharing about my Streamline Tank top that I just finished knitting earlier this week. This was a quick impulse make, because I saw this photo (below) on Instagram and knew I had to make one of these tops for myself! https://www.instagram.com/p/CPo2v5mnN8y/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link I love how neutral,… Continue reading Streamline Tank by Two of Wands
Hi everyone! Welcome back to Bilingwool. Today, I want to share about my most recent finished project, Andrea Mowry's The Shift Cowl! After finishing my Nightshift Shawl, I was not ready to stop working with this amazing yarn and designer combination. The slipped stitch mosaic pattern in both of these shawls works up quickly, and… Continue reading The Shift Cowl by Andrea Mowry
tracking digital data with my knitting Hey everyone! This past week has been a nightshift shawl frenzy and I've been loving every minute of it. As a knitter who is obsessed with learning more about the digital world, this week has scratched both of those spots for me! This post is a little different from… Continue reading It’s Shawl Relative!
Hello, everyone! Happy December. As I frantically work to finish my Christmas knitting, I wanted to make some time to think about what's going to be on my needles next. So, I have compiled a list of four knitters that you might not know about yet, in the spirit of finding some new projects for… Continue reading Four Knitting Designers You Might Not Know
an argument for knitting as a coping mechanism and stress reliever Hello, everyone! If you follow American politics, you'll know that there was a presidential election last night, and as of posting this, the winner still has not been declared. It is a stressful time for many with so much riding on this election. I… Continue reading Why I Knit and Crochet
a technique for finishing knitted and crocheted items Wet blocking is a rather new technique to me, and since incorporating it into my finishing process, I wished I would have learned about it sooner! There are three main ways to block knit/crochet items: steam blocking, spray blocking, and wet blocking. Today, I am going to… Continue reading How I Wet Block A Finished Project
a complete tutorial for casting on, the knit stitch, and binding off The supplies I will be using for this tutorial. Hello everyone! Welcome back. I am so excited for this post today because it is one that I have wanted to make for a while! I love knitting so much and I am so… Continue reading How to Knit
a great introduction to knitting that doesn't involve any needles! Don't you just want to cuddle up in this!? I've got an exciting tutorial for you all today! I am going to walk you through the steps of hand knitting. This is a great beginner project that helps to develop a deeper understanding of how… Continue reading How To Hand Knit