• 3:45

    Cables with Increases

    The possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to cable knitting. There are so many different cable patterns to learn and use in your knitting projects. One fun technique that can be used in cable knitting is that the cables can be increased or decreased in size. These increases and decreases can be used for…

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  • 3:19

    Carrying Yarns Alongside Your Project

    When working in stripes or alternating skeins of hand-dyed yarns, it can be daunting to think about all the ends that will need to be woven into the project in the end. In this video, Corrina Ferguson provides you with an alternative, by demonstrating how to carry yarns along the side of your project. If…

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  • 7:41

    Horseshoe Cable Stitch Pattern

    The horseshoe cable is a beautiful cable pattern that can be worked two different ways. Which one you choose to work will depend on the direction of your knitting project (bottom up, or top down). In this video, Corrina Ferguson explains how to work this stitch pattern. Simple 4-stitch cables are used to create this…

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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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  • 5:01

    How to Knit Slipped Stitch Stripes

    Slipped stitch stripes are a great addition to your knitting project. In this video, Corrina Ferguson will take you through the steps of knitting a beautiful slipped stitch stripe pattern. There are many ways to knit slipped stitch stripes, and Corrina shares how to work a simple 2-color stripe, which you can find in her…

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  • 7:33

    How to Knit Eyelets

    Eyelets are easy! In this video, lace knitting expert Corrina Ferguson discusses eyelets, how to make them, and how these increases can be paired with decreases in your knitting to create beautiful stitch patterns. SINGLE YARN OVERS Using the traditional yarn over, an eyelet is created. Often the yarn over is paired with a decrease…

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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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