Here we’re arriving at the term of this loooong tutorial. I’m closing it introducing you another way I’ve just learned in the course of the test knitting of Starry pullover.
In the last post, I just told about two main ways to add beads to your knitting: stringing and crochet methods. This time, I’m talking about the size of materials – yarn, beads and crochet hook.
Obviously, we can’t add any size beads to any weight yarn, but yarn weight/beads size equation depends on the method you opt for. But let’s talk about beads, these tiny things.
Adding beads on your knitting works is an embellishment you can treat yourself to quite easily. They add sparkles to your delicate lacy shawls, feminine touch to your accessories.
Beading requires some tools, and of course beads! But wait a moment before runshing into a craft store, because there are beads and beads!
Yeah I know it’s not seasonal at all, but I’m introducing you the pullover I knitted for my daughter for last Christmas (lol), because I’m going to look for the test knitters shortly.