Knitting Quiz

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Are you ready to unravel the secrets of knitting?

Step into the world of yarn, needles, and creativity with our Free Online Knitting Quiz. Whether you’re a novice knitter or a seasoned pro, this interactive quiz is designed to challenge and entertain you.

Discover fascinating facts about different knitting techniques, identify various types of stitches, and receive personalized tips to elevate your knitting projects. It’s engaging, informative, and best of all, it’s free!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to test your knitting knowledge and enhance your skills. Start your knitting adventure today and knit your way to becoming a true yarn artist!

Disclaimer: The hard questions in the Knitting Quiz are challenging. To finish the game and reaching the master level typically requires a significant amount of grit, determination and perseverance. I you want to learn more about knitting check out our article about Knitting as a passion.

Question 1:

What is typically used to create yarn bombing installations?

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The material used is commonly associated with knitting and crocheting.
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Yarn or wool - Yarn or wool is the main material used to create the knitted or crocheted coverings in yarn bombing installations.

Question 2:

Which type of needle is commonly used for knitting large, chunky yarn?

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Consider the size of the yarn.
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Jumbo needle - Jumbo needles are thicker and longer, making them perfect for knitting with large, chunky yarn.

Question 3:

What is the process of creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn with needles?

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This process involves using needles and yarn.
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Knitting - Knitting is the process of creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn with needles, commonly used to make clothing and accessories.

Question 4:

What are the basic stitches used in knitting?

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These stitches are fundamental in knitting.
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Knit, purl, cast on, bind off - The basic stitches in knitting include knit, purl, cast on, and bind off, which form the foundation for various knitting patterns.

Question 5:

Which of the following is a tool commonly used in knitting?

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This tool is used to create knit fabric without needles.
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Knitting loom - A knitting loom is a tool that allows knitters to create knit fabric without the use of traditional knitting needles.

Question 6:

What is the term for unraveling knitted fabric to correct mistakes or reuse yarn?

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This term is 'knitting' spelled backwards.
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Tinking - Tinking involves carefully undoing stitches in knitted fabric to fix errors or reclaim yarn for a new project.

Question 7:

What is the name for the method of joining yarn in knitting to change colors or add a new skein?

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This technique seamlessly adds new yarn to a project.
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Joining - Joining is the technique used to seamlessly add a new yarn color or skein to a knitting project without creating visible knots or gaps.

Question 8:

What is the term for the process of using a hooked needle to create fabric from yarn or thread?

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This process involves using a hooked needle.
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Crocheting - Crocheting is a process of creating fabric from yarn or thread using a hooked needle, distinct from knitting which uses two needles.

Question 9:

Which of the following is a type of knitting stitch that creates a raised, textured pattern?

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This stitch pattern involves alternating knits and purls within the same row.
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Seed stitch - The seed stitch is a knitting stitch pattern that creates a raised, textured fabric, making it distinct from other stitches.

Question 10:

What is the process of using a knitting needle to pick up and create new stitches along a finished edge of a piece of knitting?

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This technique involves adding new stitches along a finished edge.
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Picking up stitches - Picking up stitches is a technique used to add new stitches along a finished edge in knitting, often for creating borders or joining pieces.

Question 11:

Which of the following is a commonly used method for joining two pieces of knitting together?

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This technique creates a seamless join between two pieces of knitting.
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Kitchener stitch - The Kitchener stitch, also known as grafting, is a technique used to join live stitches seamlessly, often used for finishing sock toes or joining pieces of fabric.

Question 12:

What is the term for the process of using a circular knitting needle to create a seamless tube of fabric?

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This technique eliminates the need for seaming in certain projects.
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Knitting in the round - Knitting in the round is a technique that involves using a circular needle to create a seamless tube of fabric, often used for making hats, socks, and sleeves.

Question 13:

What is the term for the process of creating a decorative, raised design in knitting by using a cable needle to cross stitches over each other?

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This technique creates raised designs in knitted fabric.
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Cabling - Cabling in knitting involves crossing stitches over each other to create decorative raised patterns in the fabric.

Question 14:

What is the term for the process of creating a seamless join between the ends of a knitted piece using a technique that mimics knitting stitches?

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This technique creates an invisible join between knitted pieces.
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Kitchener stitch - The Kitchener stitch is used to create a seamless join between the ends of knitted pieces by mimicking the appearance of knitted stitches.

Question 15:

What is the term for the process of creating a decorative, lacy pattern in knitting by wrapping the yarn multiple times around the needle to form elongated stitches?

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This technique creates lacy patterns in knitted fabric.
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Lace knitting - Lace knitting involves creating open, lacy patterns in the fabric by wrapping the yarn multiple times around the needle to form elongated stitches.

Question 16:

What is the term for the process of creating a textured pattern in knitting by working with two colors of yarn in the same row or round?

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This technique is named after a region in Scotland known for its colorful knitwear.
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Fair Isle knitting - Fair Isle knitting is a technique that involves working with two colors of yarn in the same row or round to create colorful and textured patterns in the fabric.

Question 17:

What is the term for the process of creating a reversible fabric in knitting by working with two colors of yarn and slipping stitches to create a color pattern on both sides?

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This technique creates a fabric with a different color pattern on each side.
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Double knitting - Double knitting is a technique that creates a reversible fabric by using two colors of yarn and slipping stitches to create a color pattern on both sides of the fabric.