• 8:21

    Elongated Interrupted Rib

    The Elongated Interrupted Rib stitch pattern is a variation on the traditional Interrupted Rib stitch pattern. This elongated version of the stitch pattern has the ribbing section worked for additional rows, giving the ribbing more definition. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work the Elongated Interrupted Rib stitch pattern. To begin, Jen compares…

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  • 6:38

    Embellish Your Knits: Duplicate Stitch

    There are many ways to embellish and embroider your knits. Duplicate stitch is a popular technique to make designs in your knitting projects and in this video Mary Beth Temple shares duplicate stitch basics. Duplicate stitch can be used to: – Create designs and add embellishments to your knitting – Fix a mistake in a…

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  • 2:50

    Embellish Your Knits: French Knots

    There are many ways to add special little details to your knitting projects. Adding embroidery to your knitting is fun and easy and in this video Mary Beth Temple shows you specifically how to add French Knots to your knitting projects. If you are familiar with adding French Knots to standard embroidery projects, these knots…

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  • 5:32

    Embellish Your Knits: Surface Chains with Crochet Hook

    There are many ways to embroider and embellish your knits. In this video, crochet expert Mary Beth Temple shows you how to use a crochet hook to create surface chains to embroider your knitting. Mary Beth suggests using this surface chain technique for designs that have long vertical columns. For embroidery that’s worked horizontally, she…

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  • 4:56

    Embellish Your Knits: Surface Chains with Yarn Needle

    There are many knitting projects where a stretchy bind off method is needed. The Icelandic Bind Off creates an elastic edge that is perfect for lace projects, cuffs, and necklines. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work this bind off. Mary Beth begins with a swatch of Stockinette stitch (knit on Right…

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  • 5:03

    English Knitting (Throwing)

    There are many ways to hold and tension the yarn when knitting. The English (or throwing) knitting method is a common way to knit where the yarn is held in the right hand. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple shows you how to knit using the English method and shares her expertise on…

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  • 5:53

    English Ribbing

    English Ribbing is a versatile ribbing stitch pattern that creates a thick, lofty fabric. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to work this stitch pattern. Jill has a completed swatch of English Ribbing and notes that it looks beautiful on both the Right Side and the Wrong Side of the piece. While the fabric…

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  • 5:43

    Exploring Advanced Cables

    With thousands of cable knitting patterns to choose from, it can be difficult to decide where to begin. In this video, cable knitting expert Jill Wright looks at several cable swatches and discusses their features. Jill starts by looking at the basic 4-stitch cables, C4F (cable 4 front) and C4B (cable 4 back). She notes…

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  • 8:21

    Exploring Gauge in Different Knitted Fabrics

    Gauge is a crucial consideration in any knitting project. In this video, Jill Wright explores different knitted fabrics and how working different stitch patterns affect the gauge of the fabric. Jill has several swatches to compare. They are: Stockinette stitch 1×1 (knit 1 stitch, purl 1 stitch) ribbing English rib Seed stitch Garter stitch Garter…

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