• 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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  • 8:13

    Working Single Decreases with Knit Stitches

    Let’s explore how to work various single decreases using knit stitches. These types of decreases are typically used for shaping projects and are also commonly used in lace knitting. In this video, Jen Lucas walks you through four single decreases found in knitting patterns. SLIP, SLIP, KNIT (SSK) The ssk decrease is a left-leaning decrease.…

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  • 3:46

    Working the Cable Bind Off

    The cable bind off is perfect for any piece that uses the cable cast on method at the start of the project. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work the cable bind off. The cable bind off is a wonderful way to end your knitting project and it complements the cable cast on…

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  • 3:14

    Working the Cable Cast On

    There are so many ways to cast on in knitting – it seems like the possibilities are endless! Knowing a few different ways to cast on your project means you can choose the right cast on for your next knitted creation. In this video, Jen Lucas will guide you through the steps for the cable…

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  • 5:36

    Wrap & Turn Short Rows

    There are several different methods to create short rows in a knitting project. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explains how to work the Wrap & Turn Short Row method, the most common method used for creating short rows. Working a swatch of Stockinette stitch (knit on Right Side/purl on Wrong Side), Mary Beth works…

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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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  • 4:57

    Yarn Put Ups: Different Ways Yarn is Wound

    Yarn comes wound in a variety of ways. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson explains the terminology for yarn put ups. A put up is the way in which the yarn is wound. There are four ways yarn is commonly available: skein, ball, hank, and cake. Corrina shows a skein of yarn, which has…

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