Tutorial—How to knit the Backwards Loop Cast-on Method October 19, 2016 10:32

 The backwards loop cast-on is a great method to use when casting on just a few stitches. It's quick and easy to do! However, it's not super stable, so I don't recommend using it for a large number of stitches. It's perfect for adding a few stitches to the neck and underarms of sweaters, and I use it in those areas often in my patterns. Read more. How to Knit the Backwards Loop Cast-on Method

Three Needle Bind-Off Technique June 1, 2016 06:40

 This is one of my favorite techniques. It can be used whenever two pieces of knitting need to be joined at the bind-off edge. I use it a lot on the shoulders of sweaters, to join the back and front together. Read more.

How to Knit the 1/1/1RC Cable April 19, 2016 12:32

This cable technique is used in the Kanti Mama, Kanti Baby and Canyon Lace Tank patterns. It is worked over 3 stitches that are worked in a k1, p1 ribbing as k1, p1, k1. This cable technique will basically switch… Read more



Provisional Cast-on Method February 14, 2016 00:10

 This cast-on technique is used when you want live stitches to be available at the cast-on edge. There are a variety of different techniques that can be used for this method. I prefer using a crochet hook to cast stitches onto a knitting needle. From my experience… Read more

Circular Tubular Cast-on Method June 17, 2015 04:31

This technique is used to create a smooth edge at the cast-on. It has a little elasticity and feels nice against the skin. Choose this cast-on method when the stitch pattern just after the cast-on will be k1, p1 ribbing. Read more



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