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Cable knitting: learn a variety of cables starting with simple single cables and moving on to a fancy braid during How to Knit for Cables short course with Nicki from Being Knitterly

How to Knit Cables short course: from single cables to amazing cable braids

Knitting course in April 2018 How to Knit for Cables short course Let me tell you a bit about my popular cable knitting short course that I’m running in April 2018. Booking has closed. Sign up to the Being Knitterly newsletter to hear about new dates. Why come to this cable knitting short course? Maybe […]

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Cable cast-on method: insert working needle between last two stitches

How to knit tutorial: cable cast-on method (for knitting right-handed)

The cable cast-on method is a modification of the knitted cast-on method The cable cast-on method is my go to method for teaching beginners. I like it because you form a new stitch by moving the yarn in the same way as for a knit stitch, which means less for beginners to learn. And the […]

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Tutorials for crocheting left-handed, crocheting right-handed, knitting left-handed and knitting right-handed by Nicki Merrall from Being Knitterly

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How to crochet and knit tutorials I’d love you all to come to my classes and workshops, but apart from there not being enough spaces, many of you don’t live nearby. So, if you’d like to improve your crochet and knitting or learn new techniques, but can’t come to my short courses and workshops, you […]

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Knitted cast-on method: insert working needle through new stitch.

How to knit tutorial: the knitted cast-on method (for knitting right-handed)

The Knitted Cast-on Method is Easy The knitted cast-on method is an easy way to cast on stitches. It’s not always the best way, so I’m going to show you how to do a knitted cast-on, then tell you when and when not to use it. How you did you learn to knit? Did your mother or […]

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Tubular cast-on for 2 x 2 rib: use a knitting needle to remove the waste yarn one stitch at a time.

How to knit tutorial: the tubular cast-on method for 2 x 2 rib (for knitting right-handed)

The 2 x 2 Tubular Cast-on Method Starting With a Stocking Stitch Foundation The 2 x 2 tubular cast-on method is extremely satisfying because it creates a beautiful cast-on edge which rolls from the right side of the rib to the wrong side. Tubular edges are quite elastic, so are suitable for hats, mittens and socks. The following explanations […]

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Tubular cast-on for 1 x 1 rib: remove the rest of the waste yarn

How to knit tutorial: the tubular cast-on method for 1 x 1 rib (for knitting right-handed)

The Stocking Stitch Tubular Cast-on Method for a 1 x 1 Rib Tubular cast-on methods are extremely satisfying because they create a beautiful cast-on edge which is indistinguishable from the rib itself. These edges are quite elastic, so are suitable for hats, mittens and socks. The following explanations and images are for those who knit […]

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Kitchener stitch: a sample of showing Kitchener stitch used to join seamlessly two pieces of knitting.

How to knit tutorial: Kitchener stitch or grafting (for knitting right-handed)

How to Join Knitting Seamlessly Kitchener stitch (or grafting) is used to make an invisible join between two sets of live stitches (still on the knitting needles). It is worked using a tapestry needle and yarn, and although it is sewn, it looks like a row of knitting.   Kitchener stitch is one of several techniques used […]

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