• 3:47

    Sewn Bind Off

    The Sewn Bind Off is a very stretchy edge that is perfect for a bind off that can benefit from extra elasticity. Because of the stretchiness of this bind off, it’s the perfect finish for edges of cuffs, necklines, and the top of toe-up socks. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to work the…

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  • 8:37

    How to Knit Dropped Stitches

    Dropping stitches often happens by accident; however, they can also be used to create a beautiful and interesting fabric for your projects. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to work a simple dropped stitch pattern. To anchor the stitches, Jill casts on less stitches than what is needed for the project. This way, stitches…

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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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  • 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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  • 4:20

    Choosing Your Knitting Needle: Circular vs. Straight

    There are many factors to consider when choosing the right knitting needle for you and your project. In this video, knitting expert Jill Wright looks at both circular knitting needles and straight knitting needles. She discusses their features and what kind of projects will work for each type of knitting needle. Jill starts by looking…

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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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  • 4:50

    Knit Elongated Stitches

    Incorporating elongated stitches into your knitting project is a fun technique, perfect for projects like shawls and scarves. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to knit elongated stitches on a background of garter stitch. An elongated stitch is worked in a similar manner to the knit stitch. Jill begins by inserting her right knitting…

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  • 6:31

    Invisible Ribbed Bind Off

    The invisible ribbed bind off is a sewn bind off that creates a very stretchy edge to finish 1×1 (knit 1 stitch, purl 1 stitch) ribbing. As the name suggests, this bind off is nearly invisible and gives the edge of your piece a clean, finished look. In this video, Jill Wright demonstrates how to…

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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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