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Trade Secrets à la Koval. New Category Preview

As completely self taught knitter and crocheter, I found that I do some things in a different way than standard techniques, but most comfy and easier for me. I still receive pretty often emails with how-to-questions and planned set up a tips category since so long… and it’s finally here! You may already be familiar with some of these tricks and sure I may not be the first to employ or invest these techniques, but I will be glad if you find something new and useful here. And hear “Why didn’t I think of that?!” – even from experienced knitters and crocheters, is always a highest award for me. So, let’s go…

. If you find that making picots are annoying and slowing down the crocheting process, try to make picot in this improvised way I usually do:

Picot Tip

In this way, the picots are more pretty and stable, plus it’s easier and faster to make. Please take a moment to try it and share your thought.

What would you like next? If you have how-to-questions about techniques I use for my patterns, please feel free to ask them here and I’ll do my best to create the visual tutorial or give helpful tips.

5 Responses to Trade Secrets à la Koval. New Category Preview

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    Judy Orrego says:

    Hi Alla , I try already both option of picot and really think the second option is the best, the picot looks great and its easier to make it!

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    I will have to try that next time I make something with picots…thanks girl! :D

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    Tina says:

    I will definitely try that next time, thanks Alla! My issue with crocheting is always having to switch everything around, since I am a lefty, LOL! But my mom taught me the basics and she was a “righty”.

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    Gen says:

    Will try the improvised picots. Mine are just not that pretty!!! Lol

    Thank you for including your tips. I was hoping you would ;)

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