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Free Sock Knitting Pattern: Simple, Dainty Texture

A sock knitting pattern for advanced beginners who are looking to learn some new skills.

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The Knitter’s Guide to Yarn Substitution

What happens when the pattern calls for a specific yarn, but you want to use a different one?

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Over the years, I've shifted to using circular knitting needles almost exclusively. Here's why.

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Hi there! I’m Lauren, and I’m so glad you’ve made your way here.

A Bee In The Bonnet is a place for soft, romantic knitting patterns, but it’s also a place for everything that goes along with those patterns.

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