• 15:38

    How to Safely Rip Back to Fix a Knitting Mistake

    Yes, sometimes you do have to rip back. Maybe that mistake is several inches back, or you knit the wrong pattern row, or you made multiple mistakes. Ann Budd shows you how to put in a lifeline that “saves” all of your good knitting and lets you rip back without going too far. If you…

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  • 11:34

    Fixing Dropped Edge Stitches in Your Knitting

    Dropped selvage stitches might seem like a disaster, but once you see how easily Ann Budd picks them up again, you’ll know you can, too! It’s fairly simple to fix a dropped stitch in the middle of a row – but what about if you have dropped a stitch along one of the side edges…

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  • 2:54

    Knitting Needle Conversions

    Knitting needles come in all kinds of sizes, from thin needles almost the size of a toothpick to super large needles that can make the chunkiest of projects. But have you ever been in a situation where you didn’t know what your knitting needle size was? In this video, knitting designer Jen Lucas explains knitting…

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  • 2:42

    How to Avoid Loose Stitches at end of Bind Off

    When it comes time to bind off your knitted masterpiece, there are so many options to choose from. You can work decorative bind offs or stretchy bind offs, and there are a wide variety of ways to do each one. But what about the basic bind off? Maybe you’ve noticed a loose stitch at the…

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  • 9:33

    Tips for Joining in the Round

    Do you love to knit projects that are worked in the round? From hats to socks and everything in between, there are an endless number of knitting patterns to choose from that are knit in the round. If you love to knit in the round, check out this video featuring Jen Lucas. She’ll demonstrate four…

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  • 5:51

    Join a New Ball of Yarn to a Project

    Curious about how to join a new ball of yarn to your knitting project? Good news – it’s remarkably easy! In this video, knitting expert Jen Lucas demonstrates two ways to join a new ball of yarn to a project. For most knitting projects, you’re going to run out of yarn at some point and…

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  • 4:33

    Casting On With Two Needles Held Together

    The long tail cast on is one of the most commonly used cast on methods in knitting. It makes a lovely edge and is often the first cast on a person learns on their knitting journey. Having a loose cast on is important for many projects, but what if you’re someone who casts on too…

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  • 7:22

    Comparing Short Row Methods: Which One Should I Use?

    Knitting short rows in your projects doesn’t have to be daunting. There are many ways that you can work short rows and in this video knitting expert Mary Beth Temple compares five common short row methods so you can choose the best one for you and your project. Mary Beth has swatches for five knitted…

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  • 2:48

    Binding Off Without Yarn

    Most knitters have played the game of yarn chicken at least once. You’re working on a project and you aren’t quite sure if you’re going to have enough yarn to finish and bind off. Sometimes you get lucky and have enough yarn, and sometimes you lose the game of yarn chicken and run out of…

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