• 5:30

    Knitting Fabric on the Bias

    Knitting on the bias is an interesting concept, and one that can be used to turn a simple project up a notch. Jen Lucas plays around with knitting on the bias by showing several swatches to explain how to get knitted fabric to move in different directions. To begin, Jen looks at a standard knitting…

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  • 5:04

    Knitting in the Round Using the Magic Loop Method

    There are so many ways to knit in the round. You can use double-pointed needles, a circular needle, two circular needles, or the magic loop method. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to knit in the round using the magic loop method. She focuses on working a sock, but this method can be used…

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  • 3:42

    Knitting in the Round with a Circular Needle

    Knitting in the round can be performed using a few different techniques. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein explains how to begin knitting in the round using a circular needle. Knitting in the round can be used for many different types of projects, such as cowls, hats, infinity scarves, sweaters, and more. This method of…

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  • 10:25

    Knitting Mitered Squares

    Knitting mitered squares is the perfect “potato chip knitting” project. They are so fun to knit, it’s almost impossible to knit just one. These squares can be joined together as you go or seamed together once all the squares are complete. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein shows you just how fun and…

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  • 2:43

    KYOP Increase (Knit, Yarn Over, Purl)

    The KYOP (Knit, Yarn Over, Purl) Increase is a double increase that is commonly used when a project has a textured stitch pattern that involves working knits and purls on the Right Side of the piece. It’s sometimes used in cable and lace patterns as well. In this video, Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to…

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  • 6:23

    Lifted Increases (RLI & LLI)

    Lifted increases add stitches to your project and can be nearly invisible if placed correctly. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work two of the most common lifted increases – the right-lifted increase and the left-lifted increase. RIGHT-LIFTED INCREASE To work the right-lifted increase, follow these steps: 1. With yarn in back, from…

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  • 5:30

    Magic Knot

    You may have been told that you should never put knots in your knitting. In general, knots in a knitting project are less than ideal, but in this video, Michele Lee Bernstein shows you a knot that can be used in your knitting projects. She demonstrates how to work a magic knot. Michele recommends using…

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  • 3:57

    Make One Increases (M1, M1R, & M1L)

    Make one increases are created by working into the strand in between two stitches on your knitting needles. In this video, Jen Lucas explains how to work both the make one left (m1L) and make one right (m1R). These increases are mirror images of each other, as one leans to the left and the other…

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  • 2:04

    Neatly Weave in Ends on Circular Knitting

    When a circular knitting project is complete, you may notice the point where the round join comes together is a bit untidy. In this video, Mary Beth Temple shares a simple tip for weaving in the ends at this join so that it is neatly joined together. She takes a blunt-tipped tapestry needle and threads…

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