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In knitting what is a Frilled Cast On and what would it be used for? Find out the details on knitting in this step by step tutorial.

Make your cast on fancier with the frilled cast on

The Frilled Cast On is extremely simple and gives a pretty, frilled edge that looks like crochet and blocks quite flat on a Stockinette Stitch piece. It is a good match for the Picot Bind Off, and is a nice alternative to Ribbing, Garter or Moss

Magic Loop.. NOW I finally understand it.. this is a simplistic photo tutorial that just makes sense.

Magic Loop This fabulous technique (developed by Sarah Hauschka and Bev Galeskas in The Magic Loop) allows you to create a small tube such as the leg of a sock, on one circular needle! By taking advantage of the flexible ?

Smooth the Jagged Edge with Shaped Intarsia - Knitting Daily Includes instructions.

Intarsia Knitting: Smooth the Jagged Edge

improve the look of your patterned knitting tip for stitching Intarsia Knitting - Turn Those Jagged Edges Into Nice Sharp Lines.

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round with a neat, easy and invisible technique. Just make sure that your stitches are not twisted on the needles before joining. by marcie

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round with a neat, easy and invisible technique. Just make sure that your stitches are not twisted on the needles before joining. GOID Idea for joining in the round Should be a better join solution.

Arm knitting - Comment tricoter avec ses bras - Marie Claire Idées - Pic by Flax & Twine

Arm Knitting : comment tricoter avec les bras ?

Arm knitting - Comment tricoter avec ses bras - Marie Claire Idées - Pic by Flax & Twine

A new-to-me alternative to double-pointed needles or magic loop for socks and hats: Knitting with Neko CURVED double-pointed needles - a first-look review on Crafts from the Cwtch blog

An alternative to double-pointed needles or magic loop for socks and hats: Knitting with Neko CURVED double-pointed needles.

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Knitting + Crochet = Such an interesting way to get a crocheted scallop edge onto a knitting project. I can see a summer top made in organic cotton yarn using this technique!

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