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How to Knit the Mistake Rib Pattern: 7 steps (with pictures) tutorial_ great for beginners





Same yarn different stich patterns. I need to start swatching more.



how to continental knit faster | ... much easier to keep my tension even with two handed stranded knitting





Cast On an odd number of stitches. Row 1: (wrong side) K1, *P1, K1* repeat * to * to end. Row 2: P1, *SL1 (purl wise), P1* repeat * to * to end. These 2 rows form the pattern. by Liz Wiz



Anna Zilboorg’s Perfect Buttonholes | Whistling Girl Knits





How to knit seamless set-in sleeves from the top down || Also I really love this image.



This is a wonderful technique for joining a band to a piece of work. Three needle bind off. Rachael Rabbit:Love the border edging





When knitting in round ... If the first stitch on the needle is a purl stitch, then it's better to start the new needle above the previous needle.



Here's a gorgeous cable stitch that is fully reversible. It looks great on both sides. This makes it perfect choice for all kinds of chunky cowls, snoods and scarves.





Every successful knitter should know how to cast on and bind off, and with this FREE guide on different ways for both, you'll be casting on and binding off like a PRO!



My grandma taught me how to make these and they rock! THESE ARE KNITTED NOT CROCHET



Knitters are so darn clever sometimes I just can’t get over it. Tammy Lyons, who blogs at Eclectic Technique, was thinking about that fact that it’s possible to knit two socks at the sa…



BusyHSMom has a very clever method of starting at the center of a piece -- a few rows of I-cord make a temporary start in disposable yarn. After you have a comfortable start, the original "belly button" vestige comes off and you thread the starting tail through the first few loops to close the center. Good clear photo tutorial, yay!



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Free Knitting Pattern Crocodilly Mocs - Kris Basta designed these slipper mocs with a knit crocodile stitch cuff. Pictured project by vickite.



When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.



Brioche stitch, a pretty way to knit stripes without constantly changing colors..



Great first project for knitters who want to learn stranded knitting.



Knit Mitered Square Blanket Click here for my revision to this blanket.  It will show you how to join squares and how to add the squar...



Scalloped Hem Knitted Cami Top