• 4:21

    Cross Stitch Cable

    There are many interesting cables that can be worked into your knitting projects. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates the key steps on how to work a cross stitch cable – a cable that features elongated stitches. The cable itself is worked over 4 stitches. On the Wrong Side of the work, Corrina double wraps…

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  • 3:59

    Knit a Braided Cable Stitch Pattern

    There are so many fun and interesting cables to work, many of them using simple 4-stitch cables to create more complicated-looking cable patterns. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work the Braided Cable Stitch pattern, which uses simple four-stitch cables. Corrina begins with a brief review of cable needles. A spare double-pointed needle…

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  • 7:06

    Slipped Stitch Cable Basics

    Cables and slipped stitches are fun techniques to use in your knitting projects. You can combine these two techniques to create beautiful, slipped-stitch cables. In this video, Corrina Ferguson discusses the basics of slipped stitch cables. To begin, Corrina works the slipped stitch cable pattern on a Right Side row and a Wrong Side row.…

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  • 10:02

    Fixing a Mis-Crossed Cable

    Cable knitting is a fun technique that can be used in all kinds of projects. Sometimes when knitting cables, a mistake happens, and a cable is worked the wrong way. In this video, Jill Wright explains how to fix mis-crossed cables by fixing C4F (cable 4 front) and C4B (cable 4 back) cables. To fix…

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  • 6:48

    How to Knit Cables

    Expert Jill Wright demonstrates cable basics. To begin, Jill discusses right-leaning and left-leaning cables. These cables are created by holding stitches either to the front or back of the work to make the twist in the cable. There are thousands of cable stitch patterns and once you have the basics down, you’re ready to knit…

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  • 7:06

    Cable Without a Cable Needle

    Cables are a fun technique to add into any project. Learning to cable without a cable needle is a useful skill to learn because it allows you to work the cables faster and you don’t have to worry about finding a cable needle. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to cable without a cable…

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  • 2:41

    Extra Tools for Knitting: Cable Needles

    Cable needles come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. In this video, Jill Wright explores three common cable needles to help you determine which one is right for you and your next cable knitting project. She looks at the straight cable needle, straight with indent cable needle, and the J-shaped cable needle. The…

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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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  • 10:55

    Reading a Cable Chart

    Cable knitting is such a fun technique, with thousands of patterns available to knit. Working cable patterns can be done with written instructions but learning to work from a chart is helpful for many knitters. In this video, cable knitting expert Jill Wright explains the basics for reading a cable chart. Jill shows an example…

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