• 8:08

    Two Easy Bind Off Methods for Shawls

    You’ve spent hours and hours working on a beautiful shawl and now it’s time to bind off. Which bind off you choose for your shawl is particularly important. If the final edge is too tight, you might find the shawl hard to block and the edge can even start curling up. With so many bind…

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  • 9:33

    Tips for Joining in the Round

    Do you love to knit projects that are worked in the round? From hats to socks and everything in between, there are an endless number of knitting patterns to choose from that are knit in the round. If you love to knit in the round, check out this video featuring Jen Lucas. She’ll demonstrate four…

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  • 18:12

    Double Yarns Overs and Beyond

    Making a hole in your knitting on purpose doesn’t have to be scary. Yarn overs are a great way to create open and airy stitch patterns, and you can make them in all sizes. In this video, lace knitting expert Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work different yarn overs and teaches you how to work…

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  • 17:13

    Feather and Fan Stitch Patterns

    Feather and fan stitch patterns, along with Old Shale knitting patterns, create a beautiful wave in your knitted fabric that’s perfect for scarves, shawls, and sweaters. In this video, lace knitter Jen Lucas demonstrates two common stitch patterns that you’re sure to fall in love with and will want to incorporate into your own projects!…

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  • 5:51

    Join a New Ball of Yarn to a Project

    Curious about how to join a new ball of yarn to your knitting project? Good news – it’s remarkably easy! In this video, knitting expert Jen Lucas demonstrates two ways to join a new ball of yarn to a project. For most knitting projects, you’re going to run out of yarn at some point and…

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  • 13:06

    Plaid/Tartan Surface Chains

    Do you love plaid and tartan patterns? Did you know that you can add them to your knitting projects? It’s surprisingly easy to add these details into your knitting. All it takes is a little planning, some extra yarn, and a tapestry needle. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to create…

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  • 11:20

    Two-Color Brioche in the Round

    Brioche knitting is a fun technique that creates a squishy and reversible fabric. When worked in two colors, one color will be dominant on one side of the fabric, with the second color being dominant on the reverse side. Brioche knitting can be used to make just about anything in knitting, and it’s fairly simple…

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  • 18:26

    Two-Color Brioche in Rows

    In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work a basic two-color brioche pattern back and forth in rows. When working technique in rows, it’s critical to use a circular needle or double-pointed needles, even though it’s worked in rows. Mary Beth notes that you’ll have to be able to freely slide the stitches…

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  • 7:36

    Two Needle Provisional Cast On

    When knitting, a provisional cast on is a useful skill to be able to work your fabric in opposite directions. There are several variations of the provisional cast on, and which one you choose depends on personal preference and what’s right for your knitting project. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how…

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