Tutorial for a sweet scalloped edge for knitting. Unusual technique. FitzBirch Crafts: Summer Rose Capelet

Tutorial for a sweet scalloped edge for knitting. Unusual technique. FitzBirch Crafts: Summer Rose Capelet

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Knitting Cast On and Knitting Bind Off Techniques [Infographic]

Every successful knitter should know how to cast on and bind off, and with…

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Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round with a neat, easy and invisible technique. Just make sure that your stitches are not twisted on the needles before joining.

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round with a neat, easy and invisible technique. Just make sure that your stitches are not twisted on the needles before joining.

Miraculous Elastic Bind Off.   Ideal for sweater necks, toe up socks, top down hats.

Miraculous Elastic Bind Off. Ideal for sweater necks, toe up socks, top down hats.

Frilled Cast - Needs a lot of extra yarn for casting on. Good match for Picot Bind Off

Make Your Cast on Fancier with the Frilled Cast on

Frilled Cast - Needs a lot of extra yarn for casting on. Good match for Picot Bind Off

Invisible Cast on for Lace: The main problem with casting on for lace is the difference in elasiticity between the cast on edge and the rest of the fabric. Stitches worked with any openwork pattern will always stretch more than the same number worked in stockinette or garter, and the traditional long-tail cast on is too firm to accomodate the extra stretch during blocking. ~~ See Eunny Knit! March 2006

Invisible Cast on for Lace: The main problem with casting on for lace is the difference in elasiticity between the cast on edge and the rest of the fabric. Stitches worked with any openwork pattern will always stretch more than the same number worked in stockinette or garter, and the traditional long-tail cast on is too firm to accomodate the extra stretch during blocking. ~~ See Eunny Knit! March 2006

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