• 3:45

    Cables with Increases

    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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  • 5:01

    Fancy Cast On: Knit, Yarnover, Knit (kyok)

    There are so many ways to cast on your knitting. In this video, knitting expert Corrina Ferguson shares an interesting cast on that she created that can be used to rapidly increase the stitches on the needle. She calls it the Fancy Cast On, as it creates a beautiful detail along the top of the…

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  • 2:49

    How to Increase Using a Knit Front&Back (KFB)

    The knit front and back increase is a simple increase that looks beautiful in your knitting. In this video, Jen Lucas, explains this knitting increase and shows how it looks in both garter stitch and Stockinette stitch. As she points out in the video, when the knit front and back increase is worked on a…

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  • 2:59

    How to Work a Yarn Over (yo)

    A yarn over is an increase that deliberately adds a hole to your knitting. You’ll most often seen this increase used in lace knitting, but it has lots of other interesting applications in knitting as well. In this video, Jen Lucas shows you how to work a yarn over increase when working in Stockinette stitch.…

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  • 2:04

    How to Work the Make One (m1) Increase

    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 the make one (m1) increase. You’ll find this increase used in many different types of projects, like fingerless mitts or mittens. It’s a great increase to have in…

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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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  • 2:43

    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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  • 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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