• 3:03

    Cables with Decreases

    The possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to cable knitting. There are so many different cable patterns to learn and use in your knitting projects. One fun technique that can be used in cable knitting is that the cables can be increased or decreased in size. These increases and decreases can be used for…

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  • 3:11

    Cat’s Eye Stitch

    Reversible mesh lace patterns are versatile stitch patterns, perfect for projects like shawls and scarves. In this video, lace expert Corrina Ferguson demonstrates the Cat’s Eye Stitch, a reversible mesh stitch pattern. Corrina begins by discussing how the stitch pattern is constructed. Most stitch patterns are worked over an even number of rows, making a…

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  • 3:22

    Knit the Rosary Stitch

    The Rosary Stitch is a common lace stitch pattern that is widely used in shawls and sweaters. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates the key steps to working this beautiful stitch pattern. Some knitting patterns may refer to the rosary stitch as a leaf lace stitch pattern. No matter what it’s called, it creates a…

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  • 2:24

    Knit Two Stitches Together Through the Back Loops (K2tog tbl)

    Once you’ve learned to knit and purl, you’ll need to add a few more stitches to your skill set in order to make all sorts of knitting projects. Simple decreases like knit two stitches together (k2tog) and slip, slip, knit (ssk) are found in a variety of patterns. Another easy single decrease that you’ll find…

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  • 3:53

    Knitting a Ruffle

    There are so many different edgings that you can work onto your knitting project. Ruffles are a sweet little detail that is perfect for any project, from fancy sweaters to easy baby hats. In this video, Corrina Ferguson, demonstrates how to knit ruffles and she shows you how to knit both decreasing and increasing ruffles.…

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  • 2:33

    Knitting Two Stitches Together (k2tog)

    Once you’ve learned to knit and purl, you’ll want to add a few more stitches to your skill set in order to make all sorts of knitting projects. Knitting two stitches together (k2tog) is a simple decrease stitch that you’ll find in many patterns. You’ll see it in patterns like socks and sweaters, and you’ll…

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  • 2:37

    Purling Two Stitches Together (p2tog)

    Learning a few decreases in knitting helps to expand your skills and helps in being able to knit all kinds of knitting projects. Jen Lucas shows you a common single decrease in this video by demonstrating the purl two stitches together (p2tog) decrease. PURL TWO STITCHES TOGETHER (P2TOG) This decrease is commonly worked on the…

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  • 7:04

    Using Decreases to Shape Knitted Fabric

    In knitting, there are many stitches that you can use to decrease your fabric. In this video, Corrina Ferguson talks about different decrease stitches and how different decreases change the look and over shape of your fabric. SINGLE DECREASES A single decrease is a stitch that takes two stitches and reduces it to a single…

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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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