Learn how to tie the magic no-ends knot with this quick and straightforward tutorial. The no-ends knot can be used for a variety of different knit patterns perfect for all skill levels.
Ravelry: Knitting a Centre-Outwards Spiral pattern by Elizabeth Jarvis
Easy Knitting Tutorial: Feather & Fan Stitch (one of my favorite patterns).
Knitting Tip - Knit in your tail so you don't have to weave it in.
Avoiding ears when casting on and off (cast on)
Fixing that last stitch when knitting in the round.
If you're a knitter, pin this! I just used this method for a hat and it works! JL Yarnworks: Tutorial: Jogless Join
#Knitting_Stitch - "A Simpler Honeycomb - In this stitch you only cross one in front or back. You can learn to do this without cable needles. Great texture and depth in this simple stitch." comment via #KnittingGuru
Here is one of the easiest lace patterns, a 2 row repeat only. Great for beginners and mindless lace knitting.Perfect for scarves and any type of yarn. Cast on an even number of stitches. Row 1: K1, *yo, K2 tog*, repeat *-* end row with K1. Row 2: K all sts and yo on row. Repeat row 1-2 for pattern.
How to Knit the CHEVRON SEED Stitch
Free Pattern: Golden Windowpane Scarf by Hannah Ingalls - I like the stitch...maybe for a blanket
Texture knitting pattern: just knits and purls ~~
The Knitted Bouclé Stitch. Based on the linen stitch, it is perfect for knitting scarves in self striping yarn.
Spend your time knitting, not weaving in ends. Here's the final tutorial celebrating the Mosaic Sisters pattern! Today's tutorial is about how to carry yarns up the side of your work when you're knitting stripes. Doesn't matter if the stripes are narrow, wide, or take up less than a row.
How to knit the Broken Rib Stitch
How to Kni the Ribbed Garter Stitch
How to Knit the Herringbone Edging Stitch
How to Knit the Shingle Stitch
How to Knit the Texture Stitch
How to Knit the Fisherman's Rib Stitch
[Daily Knitting Stitch] The Eyelet Stitch
Rick Rack Scarf Cast on 46 stitches. (The Rick Rack Rib works over any multiple of 3 plus 1.) Row 1 (right side): P1, *skip first stitch, knit into back loop of second stitch (leaving stitch on left needle), knit into front of first stitch (removing both stitches from left needle), p1, repeat from * to end of row. Row 2 (wrong side): K1, *purl in
How to Knit the Little Pyramid Stitch
Example of the Rice Stitch