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How-To: Kitchener Stitch for Joining Seams in Knitting
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!
A Cable Cast On is a good way to cast on stitches in the middle of your knitting. Often a pattern asks you to be knitting along and then says, cast on some number of stitches. I almost always use a Cable Cast On in that situation. This example comes from our Baby Bloomers Project Journal.
Hey fellow knitters!! Have you ever had to cast on hundreds of stitches and then have to do it AGAIN and AGAIN because you didn't allow enough yarn? Verypink.com shows you two tricks to prevent this from every happening again.