Super stretchy cast-on

What different cast-on’s look like

The most elastic cast-on in the world - YouTube

super-cute cuffs, also a good way to elongate sleeves after the fact, just pick up and knit :)

SO HELPFUL! After years of not knitting this is definitely going to help me get back into the swing of things! How to Knit for Beginners

I-Cord Cast On

Valentine's Heart knit dishcloth

Thank You Hats - the purl bee

anna zilboorg’s perfect buttonholes | whistling girl knits

Infant Boy's The Blueberry Hill 'Wilber Aviator' Knit

Knit Ripple Scarf with 2 variegated yarns

Perfect leftover project .. dominos

Learn to knit this great textured pattern with the help of a photo tutorial. Perfect for cozy blankets!

This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the trellis lace stitch. This lace lattice pattern creates a beautiful open mesh fabric that's perfect to use in scarves, wraps, and blankets.


Learn How to Knit the Popcorn Stitch. This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the popcorn stitch. This technique is used to create bobbles, which are little clusters of stitches that can be used to provide a bumpy texture to your knitted fabric. You can space them closer or further apart or stagger them to create all kinds of different patterns. They're often used in traditional aran sweaters, and are great for hats and scarves too.

Elizabeth Zimmermann's Sewn Bind Off (shown in contrasting color). The sewn bind off is a great match for most cast ons. It works quite well with garter stitch fabric and can be made looser or tighter based on your sewing tension.

A Better Bind Off tutorial from Purl Bee (use to match a long tail cast on)

How to Knit the Bamboo Stitch