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Sewn Bind Off
The sewn bind off is perfect for when you need a firm and stretchy edge.
Cables Across Repeats
How to work cables that cross over into another round.
This unique cast on is worked by making a chain of picots with your knitting needles, and feels rather akin to crocheting a chain.
Knitted Cast On
A knitted cast on provides a sturdy edging, and is easy to work as well!
Embroidering on Knitting
Embroidery is a really simple and quick way to add additional embellishment to your finished knitting.
Inserting A Vertical Pocket
How to create vertical pockets in your Killybegs Cardigan.
April Mitten Crochet Join
How to join two pieces of knitting using a crochet slip stitch as featured in the April Mittens.
How to work the traditional decorative edging as featured in the March Mittens.
Double Decreases Across Repeats
How to work decreases that cross repeat lines without losing your place in the pattern or going off track.
February Mitten Lining
Where to pick up the stitches for the lining on the February Mitten after the leaf lace cuff and the outer mitten have already been knit.
Sew As You Go
The Sew-As-You-Go method allows the knitter to join an edge of their fabric to live stitches to create a hem or pleat.
Working From Charts: Alternate Colorways
A quick guide to using alternate charts to your best advantage when working a project in different colorways.
Two Stitch Cables
A quick and safe way to process the two stitch cable crosses featured without taking the stitches off of the needles.
September Mitten Cuff
How to work the lace edging and pick up stitches for the September Mitten.
How to work the 1-5-1 stitch bobble as featured in the September Mittens.
Seaming Perpendicular Pieces
How to seam two pieces of knitting held perpendicularly with perfect results every time.
While often very complex in appearance, filet crochet is a simple form of crochet that uses a open netting and filled spaces formed by a combination of chain stitches and double crochets.
Swatching in Cable Pattern
Why is it important to swatch in pattern, and not just in stockinette stitch? Why bother blocking your swatch? All your answers - and more - in this depth guide!
Using Waste Yarn
How to knit stitches with waste yarn and remove and place them on needles in preparation to work mitten thumbs.
Crocheting in a Tube
Two methods for crocheting in a tube, stepped and spiral.
Keys to Success / Counting Rows
How to correctly make pieces the same length to easily - and successfully - seam them together.
Crochet Granny Square
I always go back to the granny square when messing around with a new project or idea. They're fun and easy to make, and quite addictive!
Japanese Short Rows
An alternative method of creating short row shaping if you're looking for as subtle a short row as possible.
Short Row Shaping
Short rows using the Wrap and Turn method.
How join provisionally cast on and live stitches into a seamless folded brim that is warm and strong and requires no additional finishing save for weaving in ends.
Provisional Cast On
The crochet provisional cast on, our preferred method for casting on stitches when working folded brims.
Channel Island Bind Off
A unique bind off to compliment the Channel Island Cast On.
Channel Island Cast On
A cast on traditionally used on the hem of Gansey fisherman sweaters of the British Isles.
Crochet / Sewn Top
A tutorial for creating a box top with a sewn body and crochet yoke as part of our crochet summer feature.
Perfectly Picked Up Stitches
An easy way to calculate the correct number of stitches to pick up along a vertical piece of knitting.
Cabling Without A Cable Needle
How to efficiently and effectively cable without using a cable needle.
A wonderful finishing technique that connects two opposing pieces of fabric together for a seamless join.
Single Crochet in Rows
How to work back and forth in rows when working single crochet and figure out where to work the first stitch in a new row.
Three Needle Bind Off
Step by step instructions on working a secure, yet not-bulky bind off perfect for a shoulder seam.
Granny Square Triangle
An accompaniment to the free Asticou Terrace pattern found here.
How - and why - you should always block your knitting.
When substituting a yarn of different weight compared to that used in the pattern, it is imperative to swatch and sometimes redo some of the math to make an appropriate switch.
A guest tutorial by Cal Patch on adding a simple crochet neckline to a top.
Garter Tab Cast On
How to create a beautiful seamless edge to a garter stitch border and eliminate the need for seaming at the base of a shawl.
How to work the unique tuck stitches on the Gillam sweater from the Knightsbridge Collection.
Part 1 of 4: Knit / purl patterns
How to seam vertically knit pieces together with perfect results every time.
Part 2 of 4: Stranded colorwork
No-Waste Long Tail Cast On
A simple trick we use often in order to cast on without a lot of yarn waste.
Part 3 of 4: Cables.
Part 4 of 4: Lace
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