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  • 3:37

    Jogless Join for Knitting Stripes in the Round

    From hats to socks, knitting in the round is used as a way to construct a wide variety of knitting projects. In some cases, those projects involve knitting stripes in multiple colors of yarn. Mary Beth Temple will show you her favorite way for working stripes in the round and how to create what’s called…

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  • 5:01

    Fancy Cast On: Knit, Yarnover, Knit (kyok)

    There are so many ways to cast on your knitting. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson shares an interesting cast on that she created that can be used to rapidly increase the stitches on the needle. She calls it the Fancy Cast On, as it creates a beautiful detail along the top of the…

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  • 5:09

    Finishing Basics: Weaving in Ends

    When a project is a complete, some basic finishing is needed to have your project looking its best. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explains how she likes to weave in ends on a Stockinette stitch fabric. The Stockinette stitch is creating by knitting the stitches on the Right Side and purling the stitches on…

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  • 5:09

    Finishing Basics: Weaving in Ends

    When a project is a complete, some basic finishing is needed to have your project looking its best. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explains how she likes to weave in ends on a Stockinette stitch fabric. The Stockinette stitch is creating by knitting the stitches on the Right Side and purling the stitches on…

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  • 2:52

    Knit Stitch versus Purl Stitch

    Being able to read your knitting is an important tool to have in your knitter’s toolbox. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein explains how to tell the difference between knit stitches and purl stitches. Knit stitches look like smooth “Vs” and purl stitches look like small bumps. Michele explains her method of remembering…

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  • 5:00

    Fixing a Mistake in Ribbing

    When working in a ribbing pattern, it’s a common mistake to accidently knit where you should have purled and vice versa. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how to fix mistakes made in ribbing patterns. Michele is working a swatch of 2×2 (knit 2 stitches, purl 2 stitches) ribbing, but the techniques…

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  • 3:37

    Jogless Join for Knitting Stripes in the Round

    From hats to socks, knitting in the round is used as a way to construct a wide variety of knitting projects. In some cases, those projects involve knitting stripes in multiple colors of yarn. Mary Beth Temple will show you her favorite way for working stripes in the round and how to create what’s called…

    Watch Now >>
  • 5:01

    Fancy Cast On: Knit, Yarnover, Knit (kyok)

    There are so many ways to cast on your knitting. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson shares an interesting cast on that she created that can be used to rapidly increase the stitches on the needle. She calls it the Fancy Cast On, as it creates a beautiful detail along the top of the…

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  • 7:52

    Get to Know Your Pattern: Parts of a Pattern

    Knitting patterns contain a wealth of information to help you knit the project correctly. In this video, Mary Beth Temple gives an overview of the parts of a knitting pattern by looking at a two-color shawl pattern. A knitting pattern will begin by listing the finished measurements and gauge needed for the pattern. Mary Beth…

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    Dandelion Stitch

    The Dandelion Stitch is a beautiful decorative stitch pattern that creates stunning flower details on a background of Stockinette stitch. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work the elongated stitches of the Dandelion Stitch. Corrina begins by explaining the construction of the flower details. The flowers are created with knit below stitches that…

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  • 3:16

    Bramble Stitch

    The Bramble Stitch goes by many names – Trinity Stitch, Cluster Stitch, or Raspberry Stitch. No matter what you call it, it’s a beautiful, lacy pattern that’s perfect for shawls and lace scarves. In this video, Corrina Ferguson explains the stitches used in the Bramble Stitch. Corrina begins by showing a finished swatch of the…

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  • 4:34

    Corrugated Rib Stitch

    Corrugated ribbing is a beautiful two-color ribbing pattern that is perfect for colorwork projects, like hats and mittens. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work a corrugated ribbing pattern in a 2×2 (knit 2 stitches, purl 2 stitches) pattern. This technique can be used for any ribbing pattern. When looking at the work…

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  • 7:06

    Slipped Stitch Cable Basics

    Cables and slipped stitches are fun techniques to use in your knitting projects. You can combine these two techniques to create beautiful, slipped-stitch cables. In this video, Corrina Ferguson discusses the basics of slipped stitch cables. To begin, Corrina works the slipped stitch cable pattern on a Right-Side row and a Wrong-Side row. On the…

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  • 5:36

    Using a Lifeline in Lace Knitting

    While knitting lace patterns is enjoyable for many knitters, it’s not so enjoyable to have to rip out your knitting or try to fix a mistake. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to place a lifeline into your project so that if you do make a mistake, you can easily rip back your…

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  • 6:48

    How to Knit Cables

    Expert Jill Wright demonstrates cable basics. To begin, Jill discusses right-leaning and left-leaning cables. These cables are created by holding stitches either to the front or back of the work to make the twist in the cable. There are thousands of cable stitch patterns and once you have the basics down, you’re ready to knit…

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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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  • 2:50

    Embellish Your Knits: French Knots

    There are many ways to add special little details to your knitting projects. Adding embroidery to your knitting is fun and easy and in this video Mary Beth Temple shows you specifically how to add French Knots to your knitting projects. If you are familiar with adding French Knots to standard embroidery projects, these knots…

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