Cast-On & Bind-Off Knitting Infographic

If you’ve been searching for the best cast-on knitting and bind-off knitting guide, then you have to see this FREE, exclusive infographic that contains different types of cast-ons and bind-offs. Choosing the right knitting technique can enhance the success of a project. For example, you might want more flexible cast-on for a pullover sweater, the […]

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Casting on and binding off are two skills that are essential for knitters to know. In our eBook, The Essentials of Casting-on and Binding-Off: How to Cast-On and Bind-Off Knitting, we provide you with a bundle of bind-off and cast-on knitting instructions! DOWNLOAD NOW   Some of us rely on just two techniques, the long-tail […]

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Hannah and Louisa are about to cast on for the Tara Jacket from Knitscene Winter 2013, as part of the Tara Jacket Knitalong. They came to me because their provisional cast-on skills are a little rusty. A provisional cast-on can be an incredibly useful tool. If you’re knitting a scarf or stole that is worked […]

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Many of my friends have kids graduating from high school this year, so there are lots of family pictures flowing down my newsfeed on Facebook. One thing I noticed, besides the beautiful smiles on proud parents and excited kids, is that many of the gals are wearing infinity scarves. They’re so fashionable and easy to […]

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I was lucky enough to take my friend Ann Budd’s Sock Summit class, Beginnings and Endings, all about cast ons and bind offs. She’s turned that class into a new DVD, 45+ Knitted Cast Ons and Bind Offs with Ann Budd. You’ll learn that there are more ways to cast on/bind off than you ever […]

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