Hold onto your needles! Tracie and Jodi, a.k.a. the Grocery Girls, are here to dish out fresh fiber inspiration. From project picks to wooly good gossip, things are about to get super knitty… and maybe just a little nutty.
Pi Shawl Construction Demystified – Happy Pi Day!
How do the Grocery Girls celebrate Pi day? With geometric pi shawls of course! Watch for tips and tricks for working this stunning pattern.
Master the paring knife as you learn to easily core a jalapeño, tomato or cauliflower and zest an orange then learn how to cut down butternut squash and pineapple as you tackle a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs.
Introducing the Spring Novel-T Knit-Along
Get ready for the newest knit-along! Tracie and Jodi show off their finished Novel-Ts and talk sizing, yarn and lace.
Spring Cotton, Lace and Cable Shawl & Cardigan Love
Cables aren’t just for summer! Tune in to discover the best warm weather knits and learn about the perks of pima cotton.
Provisional Cast-On, Cable Cast-On & Split Neckline
Since when do knitters use crochet hooks? Find out how to work the provisional cast-on, cable cast-on, and more during the first Novel-T check in!
Multitasking for Knitters: Two-at-a-Time Socks
Beat single sock syndrome with a little multitasking! The girls go over how to knit two socks at once so you’ll never end up with solo socks again.
Picking Up Provisional Stitches & Cable Cast-On for Lace Panels
The Grocery Girls will show you how to join the sides of your Novel-T. Jodi demonstrates how to pick up and knit the provisional stitches then shows you how to start the lace panel pattern.
Four Ways to Yarn Over in Pattern & Lace Knitting Demystified
Did you know there is more than one way to do a yarn over? Yup, there are actually four! This week Tracey and Jodi demonstrate all four techniques and talk about when to use each.
T-Shirt Finishing Tips: Hems, Necklines + Weaving in Ends
So you’ve finished knitting your Novel-T, now what? Tune in to see how to weave in the ends when working with cotton yarn. Hint: this method involves fabric glue.
How to Knit Faster & Speed Knitting Challenge
On your mark, get set, knit! Find out how to calculate your knitting speed and see if you’re a fast knitter! HINT: 57 stitches per minute is average.
Comparing Five Types of Short Rows for Best Shaping
Love ’em or hate ’em, we all use short rows. This week, learn all about five different kinds of short rows from around the world!
Bonus: The Best of Off Our Needles
Whoopsie! Tracie and Jodi don’t always get it right the first time.