What is yarn guide?

What is a yarn guide bar?

The actual guide bar motion consists of an underlap, swing-through, overlap and swing-back movement, and this motion is known as lapping. The yarn is wrapped around the needle hook due to the swing-through, overlap and swing-back movement of the yarn guide, and this forms a stitch.

How do you use a yarn stranding guide?

This purple plastic yarn stranding guide is worn on the tip of your finger, and will work for English or Continental knitters. To use, open the lid, and you will see four channels for yarn. Lay a strand of yarn in any of the channels, and snap the lid closed to secure.

What is Shogging motion?

The shogging movement of guide bar is the lateral movement of guides which is parallel to the needle bar. The shogging motion of guides either left to right or right to left.

What is the softest yarn to knit with?

Cashmere: The softest and fluffiest yarn of them all, but is also rather expensive and not that strong.

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