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A step-by-step tutorial on how to knit neat edges for beginners. 4 techniques and knitting tips for instant result - video included.
Judy Wilson saved to Knitting stitches tutorial
In almost ten years that I’ve been teaching people to knit, I noticed that most beginner (and not just beginner) mistakes happened because of the lack of understanding how the knitted fabric is created. The skill of understanding what happens when we make a stitch, what kind of stitch it is and how it interacts … The Most Important Knitting Skill (Especially for Beginner Knitters) Read More »
ma saved to Knitting & Crochet
A step-by-step tutorial on how to bind off the last stitch neatly for knitting beginners. Including a video and easy-to-follow instructions.
Carol Taffaro saved to KNIT & CROCHET
It’s knitting season! Learn a variety of cast-on techniques to prepare you for all your projects including Single Cast On, Longtail Cast On, Knitted Cast On, and Cable Cast On. #Instructables #winter #knit #knitted #season #warmth
Instructables saved to Knitting
How to Knit 1 Purl 1 in Knitting and the Stitches You Can Create!
12 simple knitting stitches for beginners, for any knitter including those learning how to knit and the more advanced. Take a look and start swatching! #knitting #knittingbasics #beginnerknitting #knit #knittinginstructions
Knitting cast on methods including the long tail cast on, the knit cast on, cast on thumb method, cable cast on, stretchy cast on and more!
Knit With Hannah | How to Cast Off Your Knitting 3 methods | Once you’ve finished your knitting, in most cases you need to use a casting off technique to remove the stitches from the needle. I'll show you how to cast off if ribbing, and show you whether stocking stitch need a different cast off to garter stitch. #knitting #knittingtechniques #learntoknit #howtocastoff #knitwithhannah
Rebecca Williams-Wagner saved to knit!
A step by step tutorial on the twist and weave yarn joining method. A super neat way to change colors in knitting without a knot.
Jennifer Dykstra saved to Knitting How-To