Intermediate Skills Collection

Know Yarn Weights

Its time to take your next step in your knitting journey, join Kay as she takes you through the most common yarn weights. Along the way she shares what you might knit with each.

Add Beads to your Work

Join Kay as she shows you how to add pretty beads to your knitted fabric. 

Duplicate Stitch

Join Kay as she shows you how to undertake duplicate stitching. 

Make a Pom Pom

Join Kay as she shows you how to make a beautiful pom pom.

Moss Stitch

Join Kay as she shows you how to knit moss stitch.

Applied Borders

Join Kay as she shows you how to approach applying beautiful borders to your work.

Linen Stitch

Join Kay as she shows you how knit linen stitch. 

Skein up your Yarn

Kay is here to show you how she creates the perfect skein of yarn.

Make a Yarn Cake

Kay is here to show you how to create the perfect yarn cake. 

Basic Blocking

Join Kay as she takes you through the basics of how to block your work. 

Steam Blocking

Kay is here to show you how to block your work using steam.

Wet Splice

Join Kay as she shares with you the very special art of joining yarn invisibly! 

Magic Knot Ball

Its time to learn some magic as Kay takes you through how ‘she’ creates a magic knot ball.

Knitting Bobbles

From scarfs to garments and more, sometimes we need to add a bobble to our fabric. In this tutorial special, Kay shares with you her tried and tested technique.

Make a Tassel

Sometimes a Pom Pom just wont do for the top of a hat, or perhaps you’re looking for the perfect finish to a scarf or shawl. The tassel might just be your answer. Join Kay as she shows you how to make one.

Hand Winding Yarn

There is nothing more satisfying than creating the perfect yarn ball by hand. Join Kay as she shares with you the perfect way to hand wind your yarn.

Purling through back loop

This is a skill often called for when knitting flat. Kay is here to show you how she purls through the back loop.

Fishermans Rib

Join Kay in a special tutorial where she shares with you the secret of ‘Fishermans Rib’.

Crossed Stitches

Crossed stitches look like cables but they are knitted without a cable needle. In this two part series join Kay as she shows you how to create left and right crossed (twisted) stitches.

Perfect Ribbing

If there is one technique which seems to appear in so many projects, its ribbing. Kay is here to show you how she knits a perfect rib every time! 

Using a Ball Winder & Swift

Creating perfect cakes of yarn requires the use of a ball winder and a swift. Kay is here to show you how to create beautiful cakes of yarn whenever you need them!