A swatch with stacked increases in different heights - from high to low

How to knit stacked increases

A step by step tutorial on stacked increase knitting and everything you need to know about this technique. Have you seen a beautiful star pattern or the infamous fox paw shawl by Xandy Peters? They all involve so-called stacked increases and in this tutorial I will show you exactly how to create these elaborated structures. …

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A swatch where I decrease with k3tog (knit three together) on the left side

How to knit 3 together (k3tog)

A step by step tutorial on how to knit three stitches together and three alternatives to achieve a center double-decrease or left- and right-leaning variations. Most beginner patterns only require you to decrease by one stitch. Either by knitting two together or doing an SSK. But advanced lace patterns often require you to decrease faster. …

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a close-up of a swatch grafted together with the kitchener stitch

How to do the Kitchener Stitch

A step by step tutorial on how to graft two knitted pieces together using the Kitchener Stitch. Easy to follow instructions for beginners. Are you looking for an invisible way to graft two knitted pieces together? Then you came to the right place! No matter if you want to finish the toes of socks or …

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