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From how to make a slip knot to how to bind off, these knitting tutorials with step by step instructions and even videos will take you from beginner to pro knitter in no time!

How to Tie Dye Knit Fabric

Creating unique, hand-dyed yarn has never been easier! Just follow along… More

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How to Knit the Cable Cast On Method

The cable cast on method is a simple cast on that's both visually and… More

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How to Knit the Wave Stitch

This simple but elegant lace knitting stitch is a fabulous introduction to… More

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How to Knit an SSP Decrease (Slip, Slip, Purl)

The slip, slip, purl decrease is popular in sweater knitting and shawls.… More

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How to Knit an SK2P Decrease

Popular in lace knitting and occasionally in sweaters, the sk2p decrease… More

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How to Make 1 Right (M1R)

The make 1 right increase (abbreviated M1R) is one of the first increases… More

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How to Make 1 Left (M1L)

The make 1 left increase (M1L or sometimes just M1) is one of the easiest… More

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How to Knit a Purl Front Back (PFB)

The purl front back increase (abbreviated PFB) is one of the most common… More

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How to Purl Three Together (P3TOG)

The purl three together decrease (abbreviated p3tog) is one of the more… More

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How to Knit Three Together (K3TOG)

The knit three together decrease (abbreviated k3tog) is one of the most… More

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How to Do a Central Double Increase (CDI)

The CDI or Central Double Increase is definitely not a knitting increase… More

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How to Knit the Close Stitch

The close stitch is an incredibly simple stitch to knit. It's sort of like… More

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How to Knit the Heel Stitch

As the name suggests, the heel stitch is a great knit stitch for working… More

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How to Knit the Feather and Fan Stitch

The feather and fan stitch is one of the most popular lace stitches in the… More

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How to Knit the Butterfly Lace Stitch

The butterfly lace stitch is a great pattern for knitters who are new to… More

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Lace and Mohair Infinity Scarf

This beautiful knit infinity scarf pattern is the perfect addition to your pile of knit accessories. The Lace and Mohair Infinity… Continue reading: "Lace and Mohair Infinity Scarf"

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