• 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 that’s used on a wide variety of knitting projects, like lace scarves and knitted baby items. In this video, Jen Lucas explains how to work this beautiful stitch pattern back and forth in rows. Jen begins by noting that this stitch pattern occasionally…

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  • 5:01

    Work a Double-Sided Lace Pattern (Knitted Lace)

    Many lace stitch patterns have patterning that only happens on the Right Side of the fabric, with the Wrong Side being simply knits and purls. However, there are hundred of stitch patterns that have patterning on both the Right Side and Wrong Side. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates the stitches commonly used when working…

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  • 10:10

    Working Four-Stitch Cables

    Cable knitting can look complicated and fussy, but it’s actually fairly simple once you’ve mastered the mechanics. Watch Mary Beth Temple as she explains how to work some easy cables, specifically, the C4F (cable 4 front) and C4B (cable 4 back). Once you’ve learned cable knitting basics, you’ll be ready to knit all sorts of…

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  • 4:18

    Yarn Color Dominance in Stranded Knitting

    Stranded colorwork is a technique where more than one color of yarn is used on a row (or round) of knitting. When working this type of colorwork, it’s possible to control the color dominance in the project. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how yarn color dominance in stranded knitting works. To begin, Michele…

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