• 13:53

    Continental Knitting Techniques for Mosaic Patterns

    Make mosaic stitches faster and more easily with Continental knitting! This classic colorwork style only knits one color at a time, slipping stitches after the yarn is brought forward or back. Lorilee Beltman will show you how to work it in Continental and help you troubleshoot along the way. Lorilee looks at the mosaic charts…

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  • 12:59

    Simple Slipped Stitch Stripes

    Slipped stitch stripes are a joy to knit and look a lot more difficult than they actually are. If you can knit and purl, you can learn to work this easy stitch pattern. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to knit a slipped stitch stripe pattern. Jen begins by showing some examples of projects…

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  • 18:12

    Double Yarns Overs and Beyond

    Making a hole in your knitting on purpose doesn’t have to be scary. Yarn overs are a great way to create open and airy stitch patterns, and you can make them in all sizes. In this video, lace knitting expert Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work different yarn overs and teaches you how to work…

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  • 17:13

    Feather and Fan Stitch Patterns

    Feather and fan stitch patterns, along with Old Shale knitting patterns, create a beautiful wave in your knitted fabric that’s perfect for scarves, shawls, and sweaters. In this video, lace knitter Jen Lucas demonstrates two common stitch patterns that you’re sure to fall in love with and will want to incorporate into your own projects!…

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  • 11:20

    Two-Color Brioche in the Round

    Brioche knitting is a fun technique that creates a squishy and reversible fabric. When worked in two colors, one color will be dominant on one side of the fabric, with the second color being dominant on the reverse side. Brioche knitting can be used to make just about anything in knitting, and it’s fairly simple…

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  • 18:26

    Two-Color Brioche in Rows

    In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work a basic two-color brioche pattern back and forth in rows. When working technique in rows, it’s critical to use a circular needle or double-pointed needles, even though it’s worked in rows. Mary Beth notes that you’ll have to be able to freely slide the stitches…

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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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