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  • 8:56

    How to Work Chevron Seed Stitch

    The chevron seed stitch pattern creates a beautiful allover texture to your finished piece. This stitch pattern is created by working purl bumps on the right side of the work, which makes a visually interesting zigzag pattern. This stitch pattern would be perfect for cowls and scarves, or even a knitted baby blanket. In this…

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  • 4:33

    Casting On With Two Needles Held Together

    The long tail cast on is one of the most commonly used cast on methods in knitting. It makes a lovely edge and is often the first cast on a person learns on their knitting journey. Having a loose cast on is important for many projects, but what if you’re someone who casts on too…

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  • 6:36

    Comparing Beading Methods

    Adding beads to a knitted fabric is a fun technique to add a little sparkle and dazzle to even the simplest of projects. There are different ways to place beads into your knitting, each method having its pros and cons. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple compares two methods for adding beads to…

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  • 2:48

    Binding Off Without Yarn

    Most knitters have played the game of yarn chicken at least once. You’re working on a project and you aren’t quite sure if you’re going to have enough yarn to finish and bind off. Sometimes you get lucky and have enough yarn, and sometimes you lose the game of yarn chicken and run out of…

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  • 4:41

    How to Knit I-Cord

    An i-cord is a tube of knitted fabric that’s created by working a small number of stitches on double-pointed needles or a short circular needle. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how easy it is to create this fun knitting detail. In general, three stitches are cast on to create the i-cord, which…

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  • 8:20

    Fixing Mistakes in Slipped Stitch Projects

    You’ve learned all the skills you need to be successful with slipped stitch knitting. The last piece of the puzzle is to learn how to fix mistakes in these interesting stitch patterns. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to identify and correct common slipped stitch knitting mistakes. CROCHET HOOKS To fix mistakes in knitting,…

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  • 4:33

    Casting On With Two Needles Held Together

    The long tail cast on is one of the most commonly used cast on methods in knitting. It makes a lovely edge and is often the first cast on a person learns on their knitting journey. Having a loose cast on is important for many projects, but what if you’re someone who casts on too…

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  • 6:36

    Comparing Beading Methods

    Adding beads to a knitted fabric is a fun technique to add a little sparkle and dazzle to even the simplest of projects. There are different ways to place beads into your knitting, each method having its pros and cons. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple compares two methods for adding beads to…

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  • 7:02

    Adding Beads Using a Crochet Hook

    Placing beads into your knitting project doesn’t have to be a daunting task. There are different ways to place beads into your knitting, each method having its pros and cons. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to add beads to your project one at a time using a crochet hook. Some…

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  • 8:56

    How to Work Chevron Seed Stitch

    The chevron seed stitch pattern creates a beautiful allover texture to your finished piece. This stitch pattern is created by working purl bumps on the right side of the work, which makes a visually interesting zigzag pattern. This stitch pattern would be perfect for cowls and scarves, or even a knitted baby blanket. In this…

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  • 5:34

    Beaded Rib Stitch

    The Beaded Rib stitch pattern is an easy ribbing pattern that can be used to add a little pizzazz to all your knitting projects. Worked over only two rows, it’s a simple stitch pattern, perfect for beginners and experienced knitters alike. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to knit the beaded rib stitch pattern.…

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  • 3:25

    How to Work Twisted Ribbing

    Twisted ribbing is a variation of 1×1 ribbing (knit one stitch, purl one stitch). With this variation, some or all of the stitches are worked through the back loop to twist the stitches. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work twisted ribbing. Corrina begins by comparing three swatches of 1×1 ribbing.…

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  • 18:59

    Mosaic Knitting: Working in Stockinette Stitch

    Slipped stitch knitting is a fun technique to incorporate multiple colors into your knitting projects while only working one color at a time. The mosaic knitting technique was first created by Barbara Walker in the 1970s. The stitch patterns are created by using two colors of yarn, switching yarn every two rows. Because the mosaic…

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  • 19:06

    Mosaic Knitting: Working in Garter Stitch

    Mosaic Knitting is a fun slipped stitch technique that has hundreds of stitch patterns to choose from. These stitch patterns can be worked in both Stockinette Stitch and Garter Stitch. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work a mosaic knitting pattern in garter stitch. MOSAIC KNITTING CHART The chart that…

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  • 10:19

    Mosaic Knitting: Reading Charts

    Mosaic Knitting is a fun slipped stitch technique that can be used in any project, from baby hats and blankets to sweaters and socks. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explains the basics of how to read traditional mosaic charts. This technique was first created by Barbara Walker in the 1970s. The stitch patterns are…

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FINISHING TOUCHESShow More >

  • 10:10

    How to Make Tassels for Your Knitting Projects

    A tassel is the perfect embellishment to add to your knitting project! You can add it to just about any project for a fun detail. Corrina Ferguson will take you step-by-step through the process of making a tassel for your next project. TASSEL COLOR AND SIZE Tassels can be made in a variety of sizes…

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  • 4:28

    Comparing Selvedge Edges

    Selvedge stitches are worked at the edge of a knitted fabric and have many different purposes. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explores three different selvedge treatments and shares the advantages to each one so you can determine which one is best for you and your next knitting project. STOCKINETTE STITCH SELVEDGE EDGE This selvedge…

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  • 5:32

    Embellish Your Knits: Surface Chains with Crochet Hook

    There are many ways to embroider and embellish your knits. In this video, crochet expert Mary Beth Temple shows you how to use a crochet hook to create surface chains to embroider your knitting. Mary Beth suggests using this surface chain technique for designs that have long vertical columns. For embroidery that’s worked horizontally, she…

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