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    this being my first real adventure in toe-up socks, i was a loss as to what bind off to use. sensational knitted socks didn't have a recommended bind-off (did it?)...and i've read enough blogs to k...
    January 15, 2007

    Invisible k1p1 bind-off tutorial #knitting

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    Different types of bind offs....The Sock Knitter's Handbook » Knit Picks Knitting Blog

    When adding a new color, never knot! Instead, join new yarns neatly and invisibly at the beginning of a row. Knots have a way of coming untied and working themselves to the front of your work when you least expect it. We recommend this method: Place the needle into the stitch, dropping the old yarn and picking up the new yarn, leaving a 4-inch tail to be woven in.

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    Long-Tail Tubular Cast On Tutorial (The Purl Bee) makes a clean and elastic cast on that's very long lasting...good foundation for a ribbed hat cuff.

    German short row how to. No wrap and turns. This is AWESOME! The only way I'll ever short row again! It's totally invisible!

    GREAT tutorial on Loom Knitting a Scarf

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    invisible k1p1 bind off

    Bindoff That Stretches Out And Snaps Back In Place And Is Also Invisible(or close to it). This is one of my favorite bind offs, it doesn't leave a ruffled effect after being stretched .

    reinforcing technique for handknit areas you know will get a lot of wear - knees and toes!

    waa... super cute! | inglenook - brooklyn tweed

    waa... super cute! | inglenook - brooklyn tweed

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    Cute up your kitchen while gaining eco points and be thrifty with your own set of reusable sponges. I’ve been using my hand-knit sponges for over a year now and even with frequent machine washing they are still in stellar shape! This listing is for a PDF knitting pattern and tutorial, chock full of photos and tips and is simple enough for even all skill levels, including super beginners. Materials needed:

    How-To: Kitchener Stitch for an invisible join! (this is what makes the toe of a sock look so lovely!) It's easier than you think! #knitting #knit #yarn #technique

    Great two at a time toe up tutorial

    Invisible join - I knew there had to be an easier way!.

    An encyclopedia of 211 (WOW!) ways to cast on and bind off.

    Cowl, cast on 120 stitches. Join for knitting in the round. Place marker for beginning of round. Purl one round.* YO, Knit 2 tog* around. Purl one round. Knit ten rounds. Repeat until desired length is achieved. - as a commenter said, I love how it self-accordion-folds, too... would be a simple-knit way to get the bandana style

    Learn how to work the super popular diagonal basketweave in the round - perfect for all kinds of cozy knitting projects. It's so much easier than it looks!