When you start knitting you pick up a pair of needles and a ball of yarn and it feels a bit awkward. Somehow over time you either follow what knitters around you are doing, or you see videos or books teaching you the 'best way' to hold your needles.
But you know your hands and fingers best, which of all these methods is most comfortable for you is most important.
Try out a few a let me know in the comments which you find easiest, fastest and most comfortable.
A new knit and natter community is going live in January 2019, I do hope you'll join us...
To see other videos on this topic check out:
Beginner Knitters 101 Playlist:
My Knitting Bag Essentials:
Start Your Knitting Or Crochet With A Slip Knot:
How To Weave In Yarn Ends:
Here's a link to a free pdf download of a cheat sheet to give you 6 beginner knitting mistakes you can avoid. You’ll be knitting wow-worthy knits faster than anyone else! :0)
Would you like a crowd of besties to cheer on your every row and finished knit?
Then come on down and join us in the Knit With Hannah Facebook Group.
Check out all the goodies on my website too:
Beginner Knitter Courses:https://knitwithhannah.co.uk/courses
Music on intro and outro from the free-to-use YouTube Library:
Far Behind, by Silent Partner