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Sewing Equipments

Resources

If you're new to the Stitch 'n Bitch community or new to fiber crafting in general, these are resources we find helpful when looking for yarn recommendations, pattern help, supply reviews, tutorials and more!

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Ravelry is a free website for knitters, crocheters, and fiber artists. With a database of almost 1.2 million patterns (both free and for purchase), reviews, finished project photos and more, this is a great place to start when researching a new project.

The Craft Yarn Council has compiled a list of knitting abbreviations commonly used by yarn industry designers and publishers. Some designers and publishers may use special abbreviations in a pattern that may not be listed. These definitions reflect U.S. knitting terminology.

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The Craft Yarn Council has compiled a list of crochet abbreviations commonly used by yarn industry designers and publishers. Some designers and publishers may use special abbreviations in a pattern that may not be listed. These definitions reflect U.S. crochet terminology.

D.M.C. has developed fine threads and specialist yarns since 1746, so they know a thing or two!  Their guide has everything you need from the basic running stitch to the more involved feather stitch.

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Yarn substitution made easy!

Find them on INSTAGRAM @YarnSub 

and RAVELRY too!

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Author: Debbie Stoller

With 40 stylish patterns, this guide aims to show young knitters how to get started, how to make it fun and how to make the hip clothes they want. Step-by-step instructions illustrate every technique.

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