Below is my ever-expanding catalog of knitting tutorials. Techniques are organized by theme or topic, and most are relevant across a variety of designs and applications.
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You can’t get around Judy’s magic cast-on when knitting socks from the toe-up.
I use this cast-on when I want to knit first in one direction and later in the other direction.
The cable cast-on is useful if you want to cast on several stitches at the beginning or end of a row.
In this cast-on, the i-cord edge runs uniformly from one to the other end, which is perfect for shawls.
The provisional tubular cast-on creates an edge that seems like there would be no cast-on edge. This cast-on is extremely stretchy and is frequently used for ribbed edges.
This method is invisible and very elastic. This is particularly suitable for cuffs or socks knitted toe-up.
Are you looking for the matching bind-off for tubular cast-on?
Knitting cables without a cable needle is no art. I’ll show you how to knit cables quick and easy without a cable needle.
I show you how you can knit a nice pattern with half the effort for a true fisherman’s rib. I show you tips and tricks and how to knit increases and decreases in the stitch pattern.
This tutorial shows you in 4 steps, if and how you substitute a yarn.
You manage finally to knit evenly and then you come across a pattern consisting of holes. Intentionally holes in a piece of knitting?
The gathered stitches are worked over two or more stitches and shows the stitches fan-shaped.
When participating at a MKAL it’s hard to choose if it’s something for you. In 8 steps I show you how simplify your choice.
Wet blocking your knits is an essential step if you like to have a more professional look of your finished piece. I talk about when is it necessary, tips for different fibres and how to block.
Tassels are perfect for yarn recycling and enhance any knitted shawl. I will show you how to do this in this short tutorial.