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Knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a 3-stitch buttonhole; for a 5-st-wide button, make a 4-stitch buttonhole, & etc.

Knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a buttonhole; for a button, make a buttonhole,

How to Knit the Single Cable Twist Button Band   [Find more of Aunt Ruth's favorite knitting tech pins at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/fiber-knit-techniques-tutorials/ ]

This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the single cable twist button band. This button band is a great addition to any.

How to Knit a Perfect Edge - Finishing Free Technique

How to Knit a Perfect Edge – A Free Finishing Technique Let’s get 2017 started right! I really needed to learn this technique much earlier. When I first taught myself to knit (only about years.

Avoiding the underarm hole in raglan sweaters.

{Knikttting Tips & techniques} how to avoid the underarm hole when knitting raglan sweaters

Skill Level: Intermediate

Continuous Cable Border pattern by Rachael Rabbit

~inspiration- crochet cabled borders on blankets~ Rachael Rabbit: Tutorial: Continuous Cable Border. Once you have this concept down it can be applied to any sized knitted panel.

Knitting with different colors, whether stripes, stranded knitting or intarsia, is a lot of fun and a great way to bring personality to your knitting projects. But it can be difficult to make your …

A Great Technique for Neater Color Changes

THE BEST tutorial on steeks I have ever seen! Also includes knitted facings, which I had not known about before! Learn-to-Love-Steeks Blanket | Purl Soho

THE BEST tutorial on steeks I have ever seen! Also includes knitted facings, which I had not known about before! Learn-to-Love-Steeks Blanket Purl Soho

Attached i-Cord Corner (don't know that the safety pin is necessary - just slip the just-knit short row stitches back onto the left needle.)

Attached i-Cord Corner (don't know that the safety pin is necessary - just slip the just-knit short row stitches back onto the left needle.)

Conquer four different bind-offs (and learn when to use each one) with these detailed photo tutorials from knitting expert Terry Matz.

How to Bind Off: Knitting Tutorials for 4 Different Bind-Offs

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