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Category: Video Basics
Even if you've been knitting for years, a good tip never hurt anyone! In this special collection, AllFreeKnitting has rounded up some of the best videos YouTube has to offer. From learning how to pick up dropped stitches, to making sure you wash your hand knit garments properly, this collection will give you quick tips and knitting tricks that you can use for years.
Learn how to do the butterfly casting on method, also known as the slingshot method, in this tutorial by Onix Terevinto.
Here is a new knitting technique tutorial for how to add a new color yarn to your project! It's as simple as knitting your stitches on a new row, but just make sure you keep your tension the same. Try this tutorial if you want to see how to add a different color of yarn to your pattern.
Count down the days till Christmas with this DIY Advent Calendar. Follow this free video tutorial from Fayme Harper to learn how to knit one of your own. It's a Christmas knitting pattern you don't want to miss!
Learn how to assemble and decorate your calendar in this DIY Advent Calendar Part 2 video tutorial. Fayme Harper shows you how to make this festive Christmas knitting pattern. You're kids will love using it to count down the days till Santa comes!
Want to learn how to easily bind off your double knitted projects like a pro? Watch Kristen from GoodKnitKisses demonstrate how to do the basic bind off method for a long loom or double knitting on a knitting board. This method does not require a crochet hook and is super easy to get the hang of. Just watch the video to learn how it's done!
Have you always wanted to learn how to knit the entrelac stitch? The entrelac stitch, which creates a beautiful woven-like fabric, is actually not as complicated as some might think. You just need a good tutorial. In this free video tutorial you'll learn how to start off your entrelac knitting adventure!
Learn how to finish your knitting by using the less known i-cord bind off method in this free knitting tutorial. This method will create a rounded, i-cord seam along the edge of your knitted work. While time consuming, this technique creates a beautiful, decorative edging to any knitted piece.
And you thought you knew them all! Learn a new casting on technique that involves using two needles. Watch this video tutorial by Onix Terevinto to learn how.
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