• 8:25

    Steps for a Perfect Fit

    Have you ever found a sweater pattern that you’ve loved, but you wanted to make a few changes to it? In this video, sweater designer Corrina Ferguson gives an overview on how to make changes to a sweater pattern so that you can achieve the perfect fit. Corrina begins by looking at the schematic for…

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  • 6:38

    Beyond the Yarn Over: Interesting Increases

    Knowing how to increase your stitch count in knitting is an important skill. There are so many increases to learn, and in this video, Corrina Ferguson will demonstrate a few of the more interesting increases that you can incorporate into your knitting projects. DOUBLE INCREASES A double increase is worked by taking one stitch and…

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  • 6:41

    Stretchy Cast On Method: German Twisted Cast On

    For many projects, it’s important that you have a cast on that can stretch with your knitted fabric. Particularly for the starts of hats and socks, and other things that need to stretch around body parts, using a stretchy cast on can be the difference between your project fitting or not. In this video, Jen…

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  • 8:25

    Judy’s Magic Provisional Cast On

    Judy’s Magic Cast On is a versatile cast on that is perfect for projects worked in the round like toe-up socks or top-down mittens. But how else can you use this magical cast on? In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple explains how to work a provisional version of Judy’s Magic Cast On. To…

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  • 5:09

    Decorative I-Cord Bind Off

    When it comes time to complete a knitting project, the last thing to do is bind off. There are many ways to bind off your knitting, from simple and functional to delicate and decorative. In this video, knitting expert Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates a bind off technique that is both functional and decorative. She explains…

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  • 7:26

    I-Cord Cast On

    The first step to any knitting project is to cast on for the piece. There are many different types of cast on methods, some being functional and some more decorative. In this video, Mary Beth Temple explains how to work a beautiful, decorative I-cord cast on. To begin, Mary Beth casts on 4 stitches using…

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  • 18:59

    Mosaic Knitting: Working in Stockinette Stitch

    Slipped stitch knitting is a fun technique to incorporate multiple colors into your knitting projects while only working one color at a time. The mosaic knitting technique was first created by Barbara Walker in the 1970s. The stitch patterns are created by using two colors of yarn, switching yarn every two rows. Because the mosaic…

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  • 19:06

    Mosaic Knitting: Working in Garter Stitch

    Mosaic Knitting is a fun slipped stitch technique that has hundreds of stitch patterns to choose from. These stitch patterns can be worked in both Stockinette Stitch and Garter Stitch. In this video, knitting expert Mary Beth Temple demonstrates how to work a mosaic knitting pattern in garter stitch. MOSAIC KNITTING CHART The chart that…

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  • 5:01

    Folded Picot Cast On

    The folded picot cast on is a beautiful decorative edge, perfect for the cuff of a sock or sweater. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work the folded picot cast on. FOLDED PICOT CAST ON INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLAT KNITTING Cast on an odd number of stitches using the backwards loop cast on. Row…

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