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How to knit with two colors reversibly, without a messy wrong side! OMG this is BRILLIANT!



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Tuesday’s Knitting Tip at WEBS – Slip the first stitch of every row to keep your edges neat in stockinette.



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Smooth (jogless) Bind Off in the Round If you bind off (cast off) in the round, usually you end up with a bump at the last cast-off stitch to minimize the transition and have a smoother joint. Bind (cast) off stitches using preferred method until 1 stitch remains on left on the right-hand needle.



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Tutorial – Twisted Garter Cuff Edging · Knitting | CraftGossip.com



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Attached i-Cord Corner (don't know that the safety pin is necessary - just slip the just-knit short row stitches back onto the left needle.)



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A trick that you can do to the last stitch of your bind off to square up that stitch and avoid the messy corner you get on your knitting edge.



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Seven different ways to join, connect, unite, and bond old yarn to new. My favorite: When joining a new yarn at the beginning of a row, tie the two tails of yarn together at the with a single 'knot' (a half-hitch) of the new yarn around the old yarn. When finished knitting, or when kitting far enough past that there is no more yarn slippage.



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motif au tricot



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Teach your kids to knit takes two things, fine motor skills and attention span. Add in colorful yarn, bamboo needles, time, and patience and you're ready to learn!



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Knitting Increase: A knitted sampler showing what different increase methods look like, along with videos on how to perform each increase.



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Traditional vs Neater ssk



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Chain selvedge This is a simple trick that produces a neat and attractive finish on a selvedge edge. All you have to do is slip the first stitch of every row purl-wise and knit the last stitch of every row. That’s it! by monica



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Knitting Tip - Knit in your tail so you don't have to weave it in..



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The better bind off (Elizabeth Zimmerman)...love, love, love this bind off. I use it for the bottoms of sweaters when I knit from the top down and anywhere else you need a nice stretchy edge...:



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Knitting - joining 2 edges - helpful information



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How to embroider the chain stitch... looks like knitting!



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How to - Beaded picot cast on http://www.loveofknitting.com/content_downloads/TechTutorial_BeadedCastOn_MKAL14_3.pdf



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How to Knit a Mitered Corner. Really useful for cardigan bands and for blankets.



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Knitting Abbreviations Chart And What Stitches They Are



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Do you experience pain while knitting or you simply want to knit faster? If so, flicking is the best technique for comfortable and fast knitting. By tensioning your yarn in the right hand and flicking it with your finger, you can become a faster knitter!



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