• 4:43

    Whip Stitch

    Once you have the knitting basics mastered, it’s time to learn some finishing techniques. Seaming is an important skill to learn, as you’ll need to use it in a variety of projects, like knitted baby sweaters or garments. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to whip stitch. Typically, a whip stitch will be performed…

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  • 4:16

    Why Does My Seed Stitch Look Like Ribbing?

    Seed stitch is a beautiful, easy, textured stitch pattern that is used in every kind of knitting project. Sometimes while working this stitch pattern, the seed stitch turns into 1×1 ribbing (knit 1 stitch, purl 1 stitch). In this video, Jen Lucas answers the question: “Why does my seed stitch look like ribbing?” Jen begins…

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  • 5:58

    With Yarn In Front vs. With Yarn in Back

    The instructions to work a stitch “with yarn in front” or “with yarn in back” is commonly found in slipped stitch knitting patterns. In this video, knitting expert Jen Lucas explains these directions and shows how to work these instructions in a linen stitch pattern. With yarn in front is often abbreviated as “wyif.” With…

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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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  • 2:53

    Working a Slip, Slip, Knit (ssk) Stitch

    Once you’ve learned how to knit and purl, you can explore other stitches that will help you in creating all sorts of knitting projects. By learning a few decrease stitches, you’ll be able to make all sort of things, like hats and socks. In this video, Jen Lucas shows you a common single decrease and…

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  • 3:03

    Working a Slip, Slip, Purl (ssp) Stitch

    Once you’ve mastered the knit stitch and purl stitch, you can explore other stitches that will help you in creating a wide variety of knitting projects. Most commonly, knitwise decreases are used to shape fabric; however, occasionally a pattern contains a purlwise decrease. In this video, knitting expert Jen Lucas shows you how to work…

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  • 7:17

    Working Double Decreases with Knit Stitches

    In this video, let’s explore how to work various double decreases using knit stitches. These types of decreases are typically used for shaping projects and are also commonly used in lace knitting. Jen Lucas will walk you through four of the most common double decreases found in knitting patterns. SLIP, SLIP, SLIP, KNIT (SSSK) This…

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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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  • 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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