Must try this - seaming is my least favourite bit. Anything that helps my finished work look less Frankensteiny is a must-try.

Must try this - seaming is my least favourite bit. Anything that helps my finished work look less Frankensteiny is a must-try.

Joining blanket square Cast on three stitches on dpn. Slip last stitch to rh needle, pick up edge stick, pass slip stitch back to left needle, knit 2tog, knit middle stitch, rot for pop edge

Joining blanket square Cast on three stitches on dpn. Slip last stitch to rh needle, pick up edge stick, pass slip stitch back to left needle, knit 2tog, knit middle stitch, rot for pop edge

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.

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.

When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

Avoid that jog when knitting stripes. Learn how to make a "jogless join."  This is one of the best tutorials I have seen.

Avoid that jog when knitting stripes. Learn how to make a "jogless join." This is one of the best tutorials I have seen.

Wonderful instructions for seaming knit fabric. Different ways for different reasons. I'm happy.

Wonderful instructions for seaming knit fabric. Different ways for different reasons. I'm happy.

If you're a knitter, pin this! I just used this method for a hat and it works! JL Yarnworks: Tutorial: Jogless Join

If you're a knitter, pin this! I just used this method for a hat and it works! JL Yarnworks: Tutorial: Jogless Join

How to pick up dropped stitches in Knitting

How to Pick Up Dropped Stitches in Knitting

Have you ever been joyfully knitting along, and your project seemed to be progressing just fine and Oh No…you see that you dropped a stitch a few rows back?Not to worry! You don’t have to rip out all your rows back to that spot! I’ll show you how to use

Nothing better than hand knit, spa washcloths, to give as gifts or to keep for yourself. Instructions for this DIY , daisy stitch, knit washcloth with crochet edge | craft

Hand Knit Daisy Stitch Washcloth Pattern

Nothing better than hand knit, spa washcloths, to give as gifts or to keep for yourself. Instructions for this DIY , daisy stitch, knit washcloth with crochet edge | craft

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