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Cable Marker | Counting Your Rows | Place marker when you do the cable. Count up from there by counting the v's above it and the loop on the needle.

The Ups and Downs of Knitting: Counting Your Rows

Counting Your Rows in Knitting - seems obvious but it's really necessary with some cables - Lion Brand Notebook

Clever little tutorial on cable knitting without a cable needle

Tutorial on cable knitting without a cable needle.Ok,so it's not crochet. But it's still yarn-craft. If I ever learn to knit I'll be glad I pinned it.

Knitting Tip - Knit in your tail so you don't have to weave it in..

Knitting Tip – Hiding Your Ends. I bet it works well! Trying this on my next project. I always do this if the project lets me Works well!

Magic Loop knitting - I will never go back to double pointed needles again! This makes knitting in the round for hats and socks so painless.

Magic Loop knitting - I will never go back to double pointed needles again! This makes knitting in the round for hats and socks so painless. I also use this to knit two sleeves/etc. at the same time.

A loop pulled through a loop pulled through a loop. The loop shown is a knit stitch BECAUSE it was pulled from the back through to the front - see how it pokes forward/up.

The secret to becoming a great knitter!

Learn to read knitting: A loop pulled through a loop pulled through a loop. The loop shown is a knit stitch BECAUSE it was pulled from the back through to the front - see how it pokes forward/up.

How to knit cables

Free cabled blanket pattern by Megan Goodacre, perfect to feed my latest knitting obsession

How To: Avoid Ladders When Knitting With Double-Pointed Needles with Stefanie Japel

Kelly, this is what donna was talking about last night wasn't it? How To: Avoid Ladders When Knitting With Double-Pointed Needles with Stefanie Japel

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 needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

One of the disadvantages of knitting a pieced sweater is all the finishing that’s involved, and...

A Trick to Make Seaming Shoulders Easier (Knitting

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