Knitting Techniques

Useful links to essential knitting techniques.
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Knit or sew a scarf with sleeves and then check-out the many different ways to wear it....LOVE THIS ONE!! <3

Free - extra long-sleeved shrug that you wrap around body once before getting into sleeve - this is knit but for crochet inspiration

Also known as the Vikkel Braid and Estonian Braid, the Lateral Braid is a special knit stitch that is not like most other knit stitches. This stitch creates a braid that runs laterally or horizontally across the work.

Also known as the Vikkel Braid and Estonian Braid, the Lateral Braid is a special knit stitch that is not like most other knit stitches. This stitch creates a braid that runs laterally or horizontally across the work - tutorial with video!

Smocking on a Brioche Rib Knit tutorial

Smocking on a Brioche Rib Knit tutorial. Must do this if I ever figure out Brioche knitting.

TECHknitting: The BEST way to attach lining fabric to knitting--the OVERCAST STITCH (part 5 of "hand sewing for hand knitters")

We come now to a stitch as useful to hand knitters as any stitch could well be--we come to the OVERCAST STITCH (also called the whip stitch).

The Kitchener Stitch - Grafting your Knitting

The Kitchener Stitch: This indispensable method for invisible horizontal seaming. The chant while doing it is "Knit (slip) purl.

Tutorial: The applied spaced out i-cord, by La Maison Rililie

adjust the elasticity of your i-cord edge and make it as loose as needed - a tutorial by Rililie

DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to work the I-cord bind off.

I-cord bind off. Finish your work with a nice looking, elastic, rounded edge. Perfect for afghans, top down hats, toe up socks etc.

DROPS Knitting Tutorial: how to purl 2 stitches twisted together. P2tog tbl (through back loop)

Purl 2 stitches twisted together by Garnstudio Drops design. When the pattern tells you to tog twisted", this is how you do it.

DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to work a 3-needle bind off.

In this DROPS video we show how you can bind off your work using 3 needles. This is a great way for seaming two edges together, e.g when joining a shoulder seam.

"Make One" Increase

How-to: "Make One" Increase - Knitting Video Tutorial - in a pattern - Maria says it looks like a twisted stitch but otherwise is a fairly unnoticeable increase

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