• 12:40

    Moving Stitch Markers

    When working on lace projects, many knitters find it helpful to use stitch markers to mark the lace stitch repeats. While this is an excellent way to keep track of your stitches on the needles, there are times when those stitch markers can lead to confusion. There are situations where the stitch markers might need…

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  • 19:23


    Learn how to keep track of ANY pattern! With knitCompanion you can focus on your knitting instead of juggling paper, row trackers, and “at the same time” instructions. Whether you are an avid technology user that’s very comfortable with adding “tech” to your knitting, or you’re looking for a new way to keep track of…

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  • 13:22

    Easy Borders to Prevent Stockinette Stitch from Curling

    Stockinette stitch is the most common fabric you’ll make in your knitting journey – when people think of the word knitting, it’s this fabric type that comes to mind. Because of the structure of this fabric with knit stitches being created on the Right Side and purl stitches being created on the Wrong Side, the…

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  • 6:30

    Stitch Marker Hacks

    Can’t find a stitch marker? No problem! In this video, knit designer Jen Lucas shows you some interesting and unusual items that you can use instead. Most of these items are things you might have around your home, and they work great when you just can’t find an actual stitch marker. The first item Jen…

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  • 7:19

    Converting a Stitch Pattern from Flat to the Round

    Most knitting stitch pattern dictionaries show you how the pattern is worked when it is knit flat, back and forth in rows. But what if you want to convert that pattern to in the round? In this video, knitting designer Jen Lucas discusses how you can take a pattern that is worked flat and use…

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  • 23:31

    Learn to Use Magic Loop for Two-at-a-Time Knitting

    Ready to become a magic loop master? With Lorilee Beltman as your guide, find out how to work two projects at once while magic looping. You’ll never suffer from second sock (or sleeve) syndrome again! Lorilee shows you just how easy it is to work two-at-a-time while managing your yarn at the same time. Lorilee…

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  • 21:19

    Continental Knitting Techniques for Cables and Texture

    Explore rich textures such as cables to make your knitting pop! Lorilee Beltman guides you through cabling without using a cable needle or ever having to let go of your yarn. Then, discover some Gansey-style stitch patterns that are achieved by simply switching back and forth between knits and purls. When knit in Continental style,…

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  • 3:30

    Working a Yarn Over at the Beginning of a Row

    Have you ever come across a knitting pattern or stitch pattern that calls for working a yarn over at the beginning of a row? In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work these yarn overs on both the Right Side and Wrong Side of the knitted fabric. In most knitting patterns, a yarn over…

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  • 14:21

    Three Tips for Better Knitting

    Ann Budd shares some knitting tips and tricks to help you power through any project. Find out how to achieve neater edges, join new yarn, and easily weave in ends securely. To begin, Ann looks at selvedge edges of knitted fabric. These are the edges along the sides of your fabric, and they can either…

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