This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the downward slipped double cable stitch. This cable pattern consists of a row of interlocking arrows that point down. It's a great motif to use on blankets or as an accent on sweater sleeves an.
The Twisted German Cast On is a variation of the Long Tail Cast On. By adding an extra twist while casting on, this method gives a little more stretch to your edging. It is also a deeper cast on making it more durable. Used for: socks, mittens, ribbing Also known as: Old Norwegian Cast On, German Twisted Cast On
Elastic, stretchy cast on method for knitting, great for ribbing, almost invisible. Dubbed the "accidental method" in my head, since it was made by mistake when attempting the long tail cast on method.
This method of casting off was developed to compliment the look of the long tail cast on. By sewing the tail of your yarn through the stitches, you can create a finished edge that perfectly mirrors the long tail.
Knit with triple-stranded chunky weight yarn, this super plush ribbed blanket is an incredibly quick knit. It's the perfect project for beginning knitters who want the satisfaction of an easy finished product they can enjoy all year. Great for DIY dorm room decor!
Easy to follow directions for multiple ways to bind or cast off a finished knit project. (I had no idea there were so many different methods-some are stretchy-good for necklines, one mimics the cast on edge--good for blankets, and others are decorative.)