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How to Knit a Central Double Increase

Learn one way of doing a central double increase with WEBS Yarn Store designer Kirsten Hipsky. This technique is used in Valley Yarns Pattern Hearts of Oak series of patterns: Christmas StockingScarfCardigan, and Hat.

Knitter's Pride Dreamz Knitting Needles Review

Knitter's Pride Dreamz Knitting Needles are made from densified laminated birch wood. This material is less costly and much harder than either ebony or rosewood. Unlike in other wooden needles, water absorption in Symfonie wood needles is negligible and, as a result, there is no chance of warping. The same property makes these needles very strong, enables the points to be sharp and provides a lifetime of pleasurable use, if handled correctly. Please remember that all wooden needles in the lower ranges (2.0mm-3.5mm) should be treated with appropriate care. 

How to Kitchener Stitch

Learn how to Kitchener Stitch with WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl. Kitchener stitching is a great way to invisibly graft two pieces of knitting together such as closing up the top of a top-down knitted socks pattern.

How to Crochet Tunisian Entrelac

Learn how to crochet Tunisian Entrelac for Valley Yarns 404 Playing Blocks Baby Blanket. In this video, WEBS teacher Sara Delaney guides you through the steps to create the Playing Blocks blanket.

Yarn Bombing

Follow WEBS on location to a "yarn bombing" at the West Springfield Public Library in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

WEBS America's Yarn Store - This Is Retail

Get a closer look at WEBS - America's Yarn Store and the customers who shop here. This video was featured in the National Retail Federation's This is Retail video contest.

Summer Fiber Camp for Kids at WEBS

Take a sneak peek at Summer Fiber Camp for Kids with Leslie Ann Bestor at WEBS. Fiber Camp is a one week day camp for kids who are passionate and curious about fiber arts. Spinning, dyeing, felting, weaving and knitting are just some of the crafts they explore right here at WEBS.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 2

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it. Click here to view Part 1, where Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl.

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