Magic Loop Method of Knitting in the Round

Magic Loop

With the Magic Loop method of knitting in the round, you can knit anything, from the small circumference of a glove pinky to an Incredible Hulk sized sweater, on the same circular needle. And if you need fewer needles, you’ll have more money to spend on yarn!

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How to Knit Two-at-a-Time

Two at a time

Have you ever knit a pair of socks or mittens and one turned out bigger than the other? Knitting two-a-time will prevent that. Learn how in this tutorial!

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How to Knit the Cable Cast On

Cable Cast On

The Cable Cast On is similar to the Knitted Cast On, but it produces a sturdier, more decorative edge – perfect for edges that get a lot of wear like cuffs.

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How to Rip Out Your Knitting & Pick Up the Stitches

Frogging

Does the thought of pulling your needles out of your stitches and ripping out your work terrify you? You are not alone!

In this video, I’m going to show you how to bravely rip out your work AND pick up your stitches so that you don’t accidentally unravel your whole piece.

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Three Needle Bind Off

The 3 needle bind off is a method of binding off and seaming at the same time. It is often used for shoulder seams, but can be used to bind off and seam any 2 pieces of fabric with live stitches. Often times, when a pattern calls for binding off each piece separately and then …

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