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How to Knit a Knit Front Back (KFB)

In this video tutorial, Heidi Gustad teaches you how to master the knit… 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 Linen Stitch

The linen stitch is a super fun knitting pattern that creates a gorgeous… More

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How to Tink (Unknit)

In this video tutorial, Heidi Gustad teaches you how to "tink" (the word… More

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How To Knit the Crocodile Stitch

Learn how to knit crocodile stitch with the How To Knit Crocodile Stitch… More

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How to Knit the Little Peacock Stitch

Whether you have been knitting for years or just started learning, this… More

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How to Do a Central Double Increase (Knitting)

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

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How to Knit Using Super Bulky Needles

Follow along with the super cozy bulky trend by learning How to Knit Using… More

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How to Knit Garter Stitch in the Round

While garter stitch, when knitted flat is one of the first stitches… More

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How to Knit the Waffle Stitch

The waffle stitch is very cleverly named after the gorgeous pearl peaks… More

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How to Knit the Two-Color Linen Stitch

Now that you have mastered the linen stitch come on and check out this… More

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How to Knit the Zig Zag Slip Stitch

This Easy Zig Zag Slip Stitch Pattern is great for anyone who is just… 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 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 Wave Stitch

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

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Classic Inaugural Cloche

Feel as glamorous as can be even when it's chilly out. This Classic Inaugural Cloche was designed to match a similar hat worn by an… Continue reading: "Classic Inaugural Cloche"



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