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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Anyone can learn to knit. Most people learn the knit stitch first, and then the purl stitch. Then they might learn how to cast on and bind off, increase and decrease, cable and seed stitch, and other types of knitting techniques and stitches. All of these things are knitting techniques, and knitters are constantly learning. […]

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I started knitting circular objects—socks, gloves, mittens, hats, sleeves, and so on—on double-pointed needles (DPNs). While I enjoyed knitting the patterns, I didn’t particularly like the finished object; I always ended up with ladders where I switched from one needle to the next. I guess I wasn’t knitting those stitches tight enough, but as much […]

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One of the best ways to shape knitwear is by increasing and decreasing. Shaping is what makes knits curve around our unique curves, clinging to our bodies when we want them too, and adding ease when we’d like a little more room. In our new free eBook, Knitting Increases and Decreases: How to Increase and […]

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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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Knitting socks can seem really difficult at first. There are hundreds (maybe thousands?) of sock knitting patterns out there! How do you choose? Top down or toe up? Circular needles or double pointed needles? Patterned socks or plain? Striped, solid, or variegated yarn? If you’re a beginning sock knitter, you start at the beginning, of […]

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10 Free Cable Knitting Patterns

Working cables is one of the most satisfying of knitting techniques. Learning how to cable knit adds texture to all kinds of garments; they keep knitting interesting, they add a little challenge, and they look fabulous! We’ve gathered 10 patterns for you in this eBook, The Art of Cable Knitting: 10 Free Patterns for a […]

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Raise your hand if you’ve bound off too tightly, bound off on the wrong side or bound off too loosely. My hand is WAY up; how ’bout yours? I was recently looking through my back issues of Interweave Knits, which I can now do right from my computer with the compilation CDs, and I came […]

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