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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
Check out these helpful knitting tips to make your knitting faster and easier. Tips for knitting in the round, neat edges, and more.
Sharon Perry saved to Knit/Crochet
Today, a great technique which will help you whether you want to knit faster, or even you don't love purling: How knit the Stockinette stitch without purling.
Laura Tawney saved to Knitting backwards
Have you ever wanted to knit faster? Continental Knitting just might be the solution!
Marsha Rice saved to Knitting
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
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
My super easy crochet cast on video has been making its way around the groups and pages again....so thought I'd give it another share here too :) If you love knitting and crocheting, then be sure to sign up for my email newsletter, at www.melodys-makings.com and get 2 of my cute patterns FREE if you're a new subscriber.
Melody's Makings saved to Knit/Crochet Blog Posts
Beginning knitters very often will confront dropped stitches at some point in their knitting. This can strike fear in them, if they don’t know how easily this situation is rectified. Even s…
Katherine Halperin saved to New knitting ideas
How to Stop the Edges from Curling when Knitting a Scarf: 5 Steps
Christine Muro saved to We're just knitting around
A simple and effective way to join a new color in knitting using the weave in and twist method. Perfect for intarsia and colorwork.
Janice Glynn saved to Knitting Stitch Patterns