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How to Find Both Ends of a Skein of Yarn

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How To Tie Dye Cotton Yarn

Add a fun tie-dye effect to cotton yarn using Tulip's Tie-Dye Kit. Thanks… More

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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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Black Lace Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern

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