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  • Three-Needle Bind Off Tutorial

    Three-Needle Bind Off Tutorial

    The three-needle bind off is a method for joining two pieces of knitting that have active stitches on the needles. Unlike the Kitchener Stitch that grafts the two pieces together by weaving another row of stitches, the three-needle bind off creates an actual seam at the join. This adds more stability and structure to your work which is great for places like sweater...
  • M1L & M1R Increase Tutorials

    M1L & M1R Increase Tutorials

    There are a number of ways to increase the number of stitches you have on your knitting needles. The M1L and M1R are a pair of mirrored increases that are made in a similar fashion and create nearly identical stitches that lean to the left and right respectively. They work well in most stitch patterns and are easily executed by any skill level...
  • Icord Edge Tutorial

    Icord Edge Tutorial

    An icord creates a very neat and tidy edge for shawls, collars, sleeves, etc. It is not very elastic, so you’re going to want to use an icord for fixed lengths or wide collars where you don’t need much extra give. The process itself is extremely simple and can be easily adjusted for multiple colors or thicker/thinner cords. This is another tool that...
  • Chainless Double Crochet Tutorial

    Chainless Double Crochet Tutorial

    Traditionally, when working flat in crochet each row begins with a chain stitch or set of chain stitches. This provides the necessary height and flexibility to move up and continue the next row. For double crochet and “taller” stitches, it also creates a noticeable hole in the fabric. There are different ways to address this, but this particular chainless double crochet method does...
  • Kitchener Stitch Tutorial

    Kitchener Stitch Tutorial

    The kitchener stitch is a grafting method that takes an equal number of active stitches on two needles and uses a tapestry needle to join the two sides of the fabric.  While it can be intimidating at first, the kitchener stitch is versatile and an extremely useful tool to add to your knitting toolbox. Whether you are a sock fanatic who needs to...
  • Twisted Rib Stitch Tutorial

    Twisted Rib Stitch Tutorial

    The twisted rib stitch creates a neat ribbing with smaller, tighter knit stitches that doesn’t contract as much as regular ribbing. The pattern is the same as the standard rib stitch and can be mastered with only a small change to your knitting motion. Twisted ribbing is great for those of us whose ribbing is a bit untidy, and also for when you...
  • Color Dominance

    Color Dominance

    Stranded colorwork knitting is traditional, stunning and looks so intricate! If you were considering starting a Yell sweater by Marie Wallin (we shared this pattern last week), or if you’ve ever done colorwork previously, no doubt you want the extra effort to stand out and be as beautiful as possible. You’ve probably heard about keeping your tension even so the stitches don’t pucker,...
  • Star Stitch Tutorial

    Star Stitch Tutorial

    The star stitch creates a relatively solid, thick fabric with tons of texture. The construction limits the amount of stretch and has clearly identifiable right and wrong sides. While two rows of the four-row repeat are straight knitting, the star stitch itself can be a bit fiddly - especially when first learning it. Easy to remember but requiring patience and practice, this stitch...
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