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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three swatches with an icord bind off with different widths: 2,3 and 4 stitches

How to knit the I-Cord Bind Off

A step by step tutorial on knitting the i-cord bind off and all the variations you can apply Are you looking for a very beautiful, neat, and sturdy edge for a garment? Then i-cord bind off is what you are looking for. In this blog post, I’m going to provide you with step-by-step instructions on …

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a knitted cast on on the needles with another knitting needle, blue yarn and scissors in the background

How to do the knitted cast on

A step by step tutorial on the knitted cast on and everything you need to know about it The knitted cast-on is perhaps the most versatile cast-on technique in knitting. You can not only use it to begin your project, you can also use it to increase the stitch count at the beginning of a …

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a scarf with different knitting increases lined up one after another

Knitting Increases

The ultimate list of knitting increases with step by step tutorials and videos for each of them. Once a knitter finished their first garter stitch scarf or potholder, they will soon be confronted with knitting increases. Typically, Make one Left (M1L) and Make one Right (M1R) is where you start. It certainly is a nice …

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