Explore Garter Stitch, The Band, and more!

TECHknitting: How I cured garter stitch border flip: another method for encouraging garter stitch borders to lay flat

TECHknitting: How I cured garter stitch border flip: another method for encouraging garter stitch borders to lay flat

When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the n

How to knit the Italian Cast On. This method of starting a project is great for 1�1 ribbing as well as brioche. It is almost invisible and has a great amount of stretch, making is perfect for cuffs on socks and sleeves as well as hats..

STETCHY cast on. How to knit the Italian Cast On. This method of starting a project is great for ribbing as well as brioche. It is almost invisible and has a great amount of stretch, making is perfect for cuffs on socks and sleeves as well as hats.

TECHknitting: Short rows: method

TECHknitting: Short rows: method

TECHknitting: Short rows: method

TECHknitting: Short rows: method

TECHknitting

TECHknitting: How I cured garter stitch border flip: another method for encouraging garter stitch borders to lay flat

Kitchener stitching (grafting) with a sewing needle, the contrasting color way (also called the "chimney" method of grafting)

Kitchener stitching (grafting) with a sewing needle, the contrasting color way (also called the "chimney" method of grafting) (TECHknitting™)

TECHknitting: Kitchener stitching (grafting) with a sewing needle, the contrasting color way (also called the "chimney" method of grafting)

Arrow Head Lace – Using Charts as a Pattern | Roving Crafters

Arrow Head Lace – Using Charts as a Pattern

This Arrow Head Lace Headband is a fast knit and a great way to practice you chart reading skills.

How to knit a thumb into your mittens without an awkward seam - lots of helpful photos and tips at http://akittenknits.blogspot.com/2006/12/thumb-trick.html

The Thumb Trick~ "Knit to where you want to place the thumb hole, and take a length of contrasting yarn, and knit the thumbhole stitches with it instead of your working yarn.

Pinterest
Search