Little Cotton Rabbits: Knitting tips: Fair Isle/stranded colourwork

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Mattress Stitch (Knitty)

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Seaming the dreaded sleeve cap. | Amy Herzog Designs

Seaming the dreaded sleeve cap. | Amy Herzog Designs

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Magic Loop: How To Do It. Step by step instructions with excellent photos..

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Finishing knitted toys

Basil KAL Day 6: Finishing! - Rebecca Danger

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Intarsia knitting tutorial from Tin Can Knits

very simply : INTARSIA

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Briney Deep Designs: Tutorial: Jog-less Stripes

Briney Deep Designs: Tutorial: Jog-less Stripes

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Classic Elite Yarns: k1-b/r Increase (the Cecily Glowik MacDonald increase)

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turned hem

Turned Hem Tutorial

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Seaming a Sleeve Cap: Tutorial, Part One

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how to set in sleeves

The dreaded sleeve cap.

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How to knit top-down set-in sleeves using short rows.

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Intarsia tutorial from Purlbee

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Opening a Skein

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This is an easy to make yarn swift; no measuring, cutting or gluing needed. The only tool needed is pliers. It took me 15 minutes to put together. The materials (coat hangers, duct tape and lazy susan) are things that many of us already have, or can be borrowed or purchased very cheap. The total cost was at least 90% less than the cheapest commercial swift I've seen. Granted it isn't as pretty as a real swift, but functionality was my goal, not aesthetics. It' s lightweight and easy to set up and take apart. It could be packed in a suitcase easily if you're traveling to a knitter's conference or seminar. The susan isn't modified in any way, so it can go right back in the kitchen when you're done. It works very well with my homemade ball winder.

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Bias Bind Off

bias bind-off

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things all knitters should know (helpful links)

tentenknits: Friday Links: Knitting Techniques Edition

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The difference between "pick up stitches" and "pick up and knit", and how to do both. By the Yarn Harlot

Pick-up Lines

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Sewing buttons onto hand knits. Need to learn how to do this properly.

Sew Buttons Securely on Hand Knits - CraftStylish

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Link to Norah Gaughan video re: sewn on button bands

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Pattern instructions...how to make it easier to use them.

At the same time

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Wrapped edge video for edging for color affection shawl by Veera

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Beautifully clear steeking tutorial photos from Kate Davies

steeks 2: reinforcing and cutting

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For picking up stitches LIKE A BOSS

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Great way to join yarns for circular knitting (where you can't do the join at the edge)

BACK to the back join

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