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How to Cast On Using Two Needles

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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Great. Thanks. I just saw the cast on way I always wanted to learn.

This video proved extremely beneficial. The illustrations in books were difficult to understand.

great help video,can you tell me what ssk means

can you help me with terminalogy.when a pattern on socks calls for ssk what do they mean

Slip Slip Knit - slipping a stitch means to transfer a stitch from the left needle to the right needle without working it. Slip as if to knit, Slip as if to knit next insert left needle behind both knit together - makes a left slant decrease.

i think it needs to go slower because i couldn't see if you go in between the neeles or not but it was good

I love the two needle casting on video. I have been using the butterfly or slingshot method and have always had a problem with casting on too tightly. This method solves that problem. The instructions are very clear. Thank you. Great job.

I have a pattern for knitting a hat. Do not understand (Face Opening) Row 1 K 18 sts. bind off next 22 sts. k to end of row - 18 stitches on each side. Is this talking about 3 needles to do this? I have 58 stitches cast on my needles. Row 2 to face opening turn cast on 22 sts, turn end of row - 58 st. please help alicelouisestewart@verizon.net

On the first row you knit 18 sts next b/o 22 sts knit the next 18 sts. Row 2 knit 18sts next cast on 22 sts knit 18 sts then turn. This only requires 1 needle for your sts to be on worked on back forth.

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