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#Knitting/Crochet_Stitches - "This decoration for knitted projects looks like #Latvian_Knitting, but is really just crocheted slip stitches made into a knitted foundation. It's really easy to do and is a very effective way to add design interest to your knitting." Enjoy your knitting and crochet from #KnittingGuru

Duplicate stitch (also known as Swiss darning) is a useful technique for adding a surface design onto an already knitted piece

Embroidery knitting masterclass part 2 by Jane Crowfoot. Three key stitches you can use to embellish your work: Running Stitch, Threaded Running Stitch and Whipped Running Stitch.

Mattress Stitch~ It can be worked 1 st in from the edge or 1/2 st in from the edge, depending on how neat edge of fabric is&how thick yarn is.With knit side of work RIGHT side, work under two rows at a time,With purl on RIGHT side,it's better to work under 1 row at a time.The secret of good m. stitching is to keep the seam elastic without letting it stretch too much.Work m. stitch loosely for 1 or 2cms, pull thread firmly so stitches are held tog tightly,Now stretch this seam slightly.

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Mattress Stitch Tutorial: Horizontal Seams

How To Do Mattress Stitch: Horizontal Seams

How to count rows in Garter Stitch and Stockinette Stitch. Very clear explanation.

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How to pick up dropped stitches in Knitting

How to pick up a dropped stitch - Easy & Quick Knitting Tutorial - 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 this nifty little trick to put that stitch right back where it belongs.

How to convert simple cross stitch patterns into Duplicate Stitch patterns for your knits.

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Darning Tutorial

Duplicate-stitch darning tutorial from Wool & Chocolate.