• 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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  • 12:55

    One-Color Brioche Knitting in Rows

    Brioche knitting is a popular technique and one that is fun to knit. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates Brioche basics by knitting one-color Brioche in rows. CAST ON LOOSELY To start a Brioche project, it’s important that the cast on is very loose. Mary Beth suggests casting onto a knitting needle that is…

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  • 16:12

    Owl Cable Stitch Pattern

    The Owl Cable is a popular motif used on top-down sweaters, hats, knitting baby items, and more. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work the Owl Cable stitch pattern. Jen begins by noting that there are several variations of the Owl Cable, and she is working a common one that is used in…

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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.…

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  • 7:23

    Syncopated Brioche

    If you are familiar with Brioche knitting, you’ll want to give Syncopated Brioche a try. This technique of Brioche knitting is simply switching the brioche knit (BrK) stitches to brioche purl (BrP) stitches and vice versa. This creates an interesting effect in the fabric and can be used to create all kinds of designs and…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 10:02

    Vine Lace Stitch Pattern

    The vine lace stitch pattern is a popular and easy stitch pattern used on a wide variety of knitting projects such as lace scarves and baby blankets. In this video, Jen Lucas explains how to work this beautiful stitch pattern. This stitch pattern is occasionally referred to as “fern lace,” although there are other stitch…

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