The Definitive Guide to Grafting: Part 1
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If you've ever felt confused or frustrated when trying to graft a knitting pattern, The Definitive Guide to Grafting series is for you.
In part one, Interweave Senior Project Editor Joni Coniglio helps you master the dreaded Kitchener stitch once and for all. You'll study the anatomy of a knit and purl stitch and explore techniques for grafting stockinette stitch, reverse stockinette stitch, knitted and purled garter stitch, and two-color stripes. (Yes, there is a difference!) With this knitting video tutorial, you'll discover a brand new way to chart grafting patterns that is both ingenious and easy to use. With Joni's no-nonsense method of teaching and incredible expertise, you'll wonder why you haven't been grafting in pattern all along.
Download Definitive Guide to Grafting, Part 1 to learn:
- The anatomy of a stitch
- How grafting actually works and how to easily remember the grafting steps
- An innovative new way to chart your grafting patterns
Plus, uncover these techniques in this knitting video:
- Creating knit and purl stitches on both needles using a tapestry needle and a strand of yarn
- Putting the needles together to graft stockinette stitch, reverse stockinette stitch, both versions of garter stitch, and two-color stripes/li>
- How to create and follow simple grafting charts
Watch a preview now:
When you've mastered part one, check out parts two and three of this series! You'll learn even more about grafting ribbing and lace patterns. Also check out Joni's comprehensive eBook, How to Graft Your Knitting Invisibly: Taking Kitchener Stitch to the Next Level.
About the Host:
Joni Coniglio is senior project editor for Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Sockupied, and other Interweave publications. She has worked in the knitting publishing industry for almost 30 years and enjoys studying all things technical. When not knitting, Joni enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband near her home in Northern Colorado.
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- Fabulous resource
- I got all of the three partsThis is a great resource for a complex technique. I wanted to have this in my library. (Posted on 12/16/2015)
- What a way to attach edging
- Now that I have taken up knitted lace, I would like to learn how to graft the knitted lace on to other garments. This is the perfict way to learn. (Posted on 9/10/2015)
- absolutely FABULOUS
Thank you so much Joni - I get it big time !
after years of doing the Kitchener stitch without really understanding what was going on, and wondering why it didn't always work - I GET IT now (Posted on 12/20/2014)