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Are you a visual learner? These knitting video tutorials are great for knitters who like to learn their stitches and knitting tricks by watching. There are just somethings that a written pattern can't tell you, and these videos get the job done.

How to Knit the Double Stockinette Stitch

When most of us first start out knitting, we all have that moment of… More

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How to Do the Garter Tab Cast On

If you've ever knitted a shawl or designed a pattern for one yourself,… More

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How to Insert a Lifeline

They call it a lifeline for a good reason -- this knitting technique is… More

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How to Do a Russian Join

No matter how long you've been knitting, weaving in ends never really gets… More

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How to Knit the Trinity Stitch

This is a stitch that goes by many different names. You might know it as… More

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How to Knit the Rose Stitch

The knitted rose stitch is a simple stitch for beginners to learn, and… More

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How to Knit the Honeycomb Stitch

For cowls, scarves, and sweaters, there's no textured stitch quite as… More

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How to Knit the Farrow Rib Stitch

Looking for a simple knit-and-purl combination stitch that's a breeze for… More

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How to Knit Faster: 7 Tips for Speed Knitting

Here at AllFreeKnitting, we believe that knitting should be a form of… 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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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 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 Close Stitch

The close stitch is an incredibly simple stitch to knit. It's sort of like… 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 Three Together (K3TOG)

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

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Magic Lace Knit Scarf

Create a one-of-a-kind accessory with this Magic Lace Knit Scarf. This scarf pattern shows you how to knit a scarf using a lace… Continue reading: "Magic Lace Knit Scarf"

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