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What All The Bind-Offs Look Like: A Bind-Off Extravaganza

Grafting Stockinette stitch - a new technique

Technique Thursday - Long-tail tubular cast on — Ysolda

Technique Thursday - Avoiding ears when casting on and off. Ears, you say. Yup, that nasty little bump or overhang on the end.

Twisted garter edging – add interest to plain cast-on edge. This would be cute on mittens & socks

My favorite stitch, Linen Stitch: Works on an even number of stitches. Row 1: *Knit 1, slip 1 with yarn in front. Repeat from * across, ending with a knit 1. Row 2: *Purl 1, slip 1 with yarn in back. Repeat from * across, ending with a purl 1. Repeat these two rows for pattern.

How to start Judy's Magic Cast-on. I always forget how to orient the yarn in the beginning. This pic will be super helpful.

Persistent Illusion » Judy’s Magic Cast-On

Techniques Tips and Tricks from the Impeccable Knitting Blog - Great references!

How to Join in the Round Invisibly To join in the round invisibly, cast on one more stitch than your pattern calls for. Then, when you’re ready to join in the round, slip this extra stitch to the left needle. Using the working yarn and the yarn tail held together, knit the first two stitches together. Now drop the tail and knit as you normally would.

A cool way to join when knitting in the round. Slip the last stitch (that is the first one cast on) from the left-hand needle to the right-hand needle, and then lift what’s now the second stitch on the right needle (the last one cast on) over the first stitch and onto the left needle. Then pull tight and start knitting with the stitches that are on the left-hand part of the needle.

Avoiding a hole when picking up gusset stitches.

how to take measurements to knit a sweater, from Amy Herzog's 'Fit to Flatter' blog series. Every knitter and crocheter should read this series!

Jogless ribbing STRIPES with a trick to work your ends in as-you-go

Preventing ladders while knitting in round from WEBS blog