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This video knitting tutorial will
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This video demonstrates how to knit in the
This is how you actually take the stitches off your needles.
There are two methods:
Something new for visual learners! In this video, my producer slows the purl stitch way, way down -
Take your knitting and crochet beyond basic stitches on this episode of Knitting Daily TV. Join your
This video demonstrates the technique for picking up stitches along a bound off edge of knitting.
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This is a classic 'smocking', more of a technique than a pattern as you can create it
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This knitting technique comes in handy when you need to seam garter stitch or reverse stockinette
Therese Inverso demonstrates how to shape the top of a hat, move the knitting onto double pointed
This video shows you how to pick up stitches at the edge of knitting. This technique is useful for
In this DROPS video we show you everything from cast on, knit your stitches back and forth, and to end
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This is another must-have for your knitting
In this DROPS video we show how you can cast on stitches using the so called Turkish (aka Eastern)
This easy pattern is great for beginners because it only requires the basic knit stitches and purl
Learn Lucy's fun, faster, looser method of binding off stitches. Shown Knitwise, Purlwise and with
There are several great patterns out there that have you start with few (I demonstrate eight) stitches
Too many stitches bunched up on your circular knitting needles? Then perhaps this video will help!
Thank you to one of my visitors for asking "how do I pick up stitches along the knitted edge?".
Welcome to the Knitting Expat Podcast ... this is a Vlog style video where I share bits of my life as
This video introduces you to the basics of slipped stitch knitting, demonstrating how to slip stitches