• 3:41

    Carrying Two Yarns in Your Right Hand for Stranded Colorwork

    Stranded colorwork is a beautiful technique that creates interesting designs in your knitting. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein shares an easy method for carrying two yarns in your right hand while working stranded colorwork projects. When working Fair Isle designs, some knitters will pick up and drop each yarn as they are knitting. Others…

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  • 3:19

    Carrying Yarns Alongside Your Project

    When working in stripes or alternating skeins of hand-dyed yarns, it can be daunting to think about all the ends that will need to be woven into the project in the end. In this video, Corrina Ferguson provides you with an alternative, by demonstrating how to carry yarns along the side of your project. If…

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  • 4:34

    Corrugated Rib Stitch

    Corrugated ribbing is a beautiful two-color ribbing pattern that is perfect for colorwork projects, like hats and mittens. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work a corrugated ribbing pattern in a 2×2 (knit 2 stitches, purl 2 stitches) pattern. This technique can be used for any ribbing pattern. When looking at the work…

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  • 4:18

    Yarn Color Dominance in Stranded Knitting

    Stranded colorwork is a technique where more than one color of yarn is used on a row (or round) of knitting. When working this type of colorwork, it’s possible to control the color dominance in the project. In this video, Michele Lee Bernstein demonstrates how yarn color dominance in stranded knitting works. To begin, Michele…

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