this is an example of how Italian Cast-on looks like it’s quite stretchy but holds the shape hi welcome to my channel I’m Christina from stylishknitting.com and in today’s video I will show you the Italian tubular cast on this works very good for ribbing one by one and two… Continue Reading Italian Tubular Cast-On In the Round 2×2 Ribbing

A digital row counter for knitting! Hi, Guys! I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit. Today, I’m sharing with you these cute Digital Row Counters a fun idea to help with your knitting. They just attach to your finger and help you track your knitting row by row. I thought… Continue Reading DIGITAL ROW COUNTER | Knitting Tools

Hello everybody; Alize Puffy being a first in the world A new knitting logic, a different design in hand knitting Light weight in bulky products A knitting technique that may be applied by any one, whether knows how to do hand knitting or not We are here with this video… Continue Reading “Şiş Yok – Tığ Yok” Saç Örgü Tekniği- “No Needles – No Hooks” Braid Knitting Technique

Hi, I’m Jeanette White on behalf of Expert Village and Piper’s Quilts and Comforts in Sugarhouse, and today we’re doing circular knitting on double-pointed needles. To begin with, I casted on forty stitches, and then we’re going to take the–and I put them all on one needle–then we’re going to… Continue Reading Continental Knitting Stitches : Circular Knitting on Double Pointed Needles

In this video, I have a giveaway from Knitter’s Pride. I have their full-size Zing interchangeable needle set, and a little block printed stitch marker pouch. Let me just show you this really quick. It’s so cute. It’s a little tiny zipper pouch to hold your stitch markers. It’s a… Continue Reading Knitter’s Pride Needle Set and Stitch Marker Pouch Giveaway

[background music throughout] In this video, I’ll show you how to create the three over three left cross with a cable needle. The three over three left cross cable uses six stitches and we rearrange three stitches over the other three so that the cable points upwards and to the… Continue Reading 3/3 Left Cross (3/3 LC) :: With Cable Needle :: Knitting Cables :: Right-Handed

This is a short video showing you one way of how to avoid stretch stitches when joining your knitting on the round on double pointed needles. I’m starting to work on mittens that need 48 stitches so that’s 12 stitches on each of the four needles. Here I’m starting again… Continue Reading How to join stitches after casting on on double pointed needles

[background music throughout] In this video, I’ll show you how to create the 3/3 right cross with a cable needle. The three over three right cross cable uses The three over three right cross cable uses six stitches and we rearrange three stitches over three other stitches so that the… Continue Reading 3/3 Right Cross (3/3 RC) :: With Cable Needle :: Knitting Cables :: Right-Handed

This week we have a giveaway from Knitter’s Pride, a needle set and a little notions bag, a fabric notions bag. The needle set is the Knitter’s Pride Dreamz 16-inch circular needle set. This is a beautiful wood needle set, highly laminated needles with a really nice point. One of… Continue Reading Giveaway! Knitter’s Pride Dreamz 16 Inch Needle Set

Hi, this is Kelley I’m here today to show you how to cast on for two at a time mittens in the round using the Magic Loop method and I have some chunky weight yarn here and I have circular needles and I find that a lot of people enjoy… Continue Reading How To Cast On Two at a Time Mittens With Circular Needles