Tutorials

Cast-on Techniques
Bind-off Techniques
Miscellaneous Knitting Tutorials
Crochet Tutorials

Cast-On Techniques

The Backwards Loop Cast-on is great for casting on small numbers of stitches. I recommend it often in my patterns when casting on underarm or neck stitches. Watch how.

The Knitted Cast-on method is easy to remember for beginning knitters because it's just like the knit stitch! Watch how.

The Tubular Cast-on is the perfect cast-on to compliment k1, p1 ribbing.

In this video tutorial I show you how to cast on an odd number of stitches to work back and forth in rows. Watch how.

The Cable Cast-on is a stable and sturdy cast-on method, great for using at the beginning of a project, or if stitches need to be cast on mid-project, like at the underarm or neck of a sweater. Watch how

The 2 x 2 Tubular Cast-on is the perfect cast-on to compliment k2, p2 ribbing.

In this video tutorial I show you how to cast on a multiple of 4 stitches for working in the round. Watch how.

 

Bind Off Techniques

The Tubular Bind Off is a great bind-off technique to use in k1, p1 ribbing for a smooth edge. Watch how.

The Kitchener Stitch is a technique used to join two sets of stitches, without a bulky seam. Watch how.

The Three-Needle Bind-Off is a seamless way to join together two bind-off edges. Watch how.

 

Miscellaneous Knitting Tutorials

Learn a quick trick for fixing a mistake in your knitting from many rows ago. Watch how.

In this video I quickly walk through the steps of steeking the Ninti Tunic sweater, using a crochet hook. Watch how.

Crochet Tutorials

Making a crochet chain is the first thing a beginning crocheter needs to know. Watch how.

Single crochet is one of the most basic crochet stitches. Watch how.

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