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Tutorial: How to add an icord border to a finished edge

Today I'm put the finishing touches to a little 'baby' project which I'm going to publish as a pattern here on the blog. The design is cute and simple to knit, and the addition of an icord border makes it look 'finished' and neat. While I'm getting it ready to be photographed, I thought this step-by-step tutorial would be useful anyone who hasn't added an icord border before. It's posted as a single graphic as I know how you all love to save these things on Pinterest for easy reference. You will need: A project with a finished edge (or a swatch for practicing) Two double pointed needles - typically these will be smaller than the needles used for the project, but check the individual pattern for instructions (I used the same size needles - 4mm) Enough yarn to work all the way around the edge, in either the same or a contrasting colour The yarn used for the tutorial is one of my favourites - Scheepjes Stone Washed, I love how it knits up and how soft it feels next to the skin - it's great for children's projects as you'll see in the new pattern which will be published very soon (it uses two balls of Stone Washed in contrasting colours, just in case you're curious). In the meantime you can find more tips and tutorials here, and a list of my patterns here.

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How to bind off the last stitch neatly for knitting beginners [+video]

A step-by-step tutorial on how to bind off the last stitch neatly for knitting beginners. Including a video and easy-to-follow instructions.

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Amazing #Knitting Trick

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Cast off knitting with needle

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Invisible Join Method | Join Stitches in the Round | Circular Knitting | Craftyssimo - Tatiana Madan

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Knitting Neat Edges as you go - Don't Be Such A Square

? Neat Edges in Knitting ? Learn 4 easy ways to knit nice and neat edges on your projects. Especially useful for scarves, wash clothes and blankets!

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Checkerboard Knitting Pattern For Sweaters And More

Learn how to work this checkerboard knitting pattern by watching this tutorial! Keep reading for tips on how to make this pretty knit stitch.

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Bubble Wrap - Knitting Tutorial

Photo above © Knitting Stitch Patterns This knitting pattern / tutorial is available for free... Full post: Bubble Wrap

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Suke-Suke Cowl

SUKE-SUKE スケスケ (Japanese) – revealing, allowing the other side and inside to show through The highly textured patterning on this cowl design is achieved by working a continuous chess board of horizontal pleats while twisting of the stitches helps to protect their structural look. Then the stitches are dropped between the pleated columns to give this unique accessory a better draped look as well as width thus allowing the yarn to bloom fully. After blocking the cowl becomes reversible with each side being highly textured yet quite different. SKILL LEVEL Intermediate FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Circumference: 24 (45)“ Height: approx. 8.25” YARN The Plucky Knitter “Primo Aran” (75% merino, 20% cashmere, 5% nylon), 200yds/183m - 105-108g; 2 (2) skeins in Narragansett Grey Sample shown in size 45” NEEDLES US 6 (4 mm) circular, 24” long GAUGE One motif repeat (5 sts plus 1 dropped-st column) measures approx. 1.5” wide and 2.25” tall when stitches are dropped and swatch is washed and blocked NOTIONS Stitch markers Waste yarn Crochet hook Spare circular needle in same or smaller size as main needle Short spare needle in same or smaller size, like a dpn or a straight cable needle

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