30 Days To Better Knitting, Day 2: Which knitting cast on methods do exist and how are they done? Learn how in the 30 Days to Better Knitting challenge.

Basic Techniques: Knitting Cast On Methods

Knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a 3-stitch buttonhole; for a 5-st-wide button, make a 4-stitch buttonhole, & etc.

Knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a buttonhole; for a button, make a buttonhole, & etc.

Ripping back with less risk: Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. From yarn.com blog. BONUS TRICK -- For easier pick-up, use a needle a size or two smaller than the ones you're knitting with. More good tips at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/fiber-knit-techniques-tutorials/

How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. The stitches will be sitting on your needle ready to go.

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Instructions for hot to add beads without pre-stringing using a homemade beading needle - Very clever and really easy.

How to Knit a Perfect Edge - Finishing Free Technique

How to Knit a Perfect Edge – A Free Finishing Technique Let’s get 2017 started right! I really needed to learn this technique much earlier. When I first taught myself to knit (only about years.

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