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Five Ways to Neatly Bind Off the Last Stitch | 10 rows a day #knitting #tutorial #howto #knit #stepbystep #knittinginstructions #knittinginspiration #knittingtutorials #knittingforbeginners

You’ve probably noticed that no matter how careful we are when we bind off stitches, the last stitch is always too big. It creates an unsightly hole at the very end of the bind off edge and pushes the edge upwards. I’m not exactly sure why it happens (it probably has something to do with … Five Ways to Neatly Bind Off the Last Stitch Read More »

9 Knitting Apps All Knitters Should Have | Which knitting apps do you use?

It seems like there's an app for everything these days, right? Well, tech-savvy knitters will be glad to know there are tons of knitting apps out there that help make knitting easier and even more fun!<br /> <br /> We asked the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/AllFreeKnitting/" target="_blank">AllFreeKnitting Facebook</a> followers what they thought were the best knitting apps, and there were way more than we could have possibly imagined. Unfortunately, we cannot feature every single…

Learn how to unravel knitting the right way. In this post, I go over three ways to unravel knitting, including my preferred method. Fun fact: sometimes unravelling is called "frogging" #sheepandstitch #knitting #knittingtutorials #unravelling

There’s a right way and a wrong way to unravel your knitting. I'll go over three ways to do it so that your knitting is un-twisted and ready to be worked.

And here is a video to help you.  (First half of video is knit stitches, last half is purl stitches)  Purl Stitch Instruction starts at 3:20.     PICKING UP  DROPPED PURL STITCHES How to Pick Up a Single Dropped PURL Stitch:       How to Fix Several Rows of Dropped PURL stitches:   I hope this post helps you never to hear dropped stitches!  Refer to video within the post if you need more help. Happy Knitting! Elaine Advertisements Share this: Print R

Beginning knitters very often will confront dropped stitches at some point in their knitting. This can strike fear in them, if they don’t know how easily this situation is rectified. Even s…

How to Join Yarn with the Magic Knot • Free Tutorial by RaffamusaDesigns

Do you want to join your yarn in a fast and secure way? Learn how to join yarn with the magic knot! Useful for both crocheters and knitters

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Ever confused by knitting pattern instructions? Learn what to do when you see cast off & bind off in knitting patterns. What's the difference?

Ever confused by knitting pattern instructions? Learn what to do when you see cast off & bind off in knitting patterns. What's the difference?

Join a new color with the weave in and twist method [+knitting video]

A simple and effective way to join a new color in knitting using the weave in and twist method. Perfect for intarsia and colorwork.