Grab your knitting needles and yarn and get ready to learn how to knit! How to Knit: A complete introduction for beginners is a step by step tutorial for new ..
In this video, I demonstrate how to weave in the ends you get on one project...socks! My playlist of all of my Weaving Ends video can be found here on my ...
My suggestions for achieving every knitters ultimate goal - smooth, even stitches. If you're a tight knitter, this video may also help you: ...
In this video I break down the steps to get good edge tension, and talk about the habits that can leave you with a less-than-perfect edge. The needles I use for
The One Row Scarf by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a simple scarf that I recommend as an easy pattern that always knits up into a great looking scarf. In this video
Spit splicing, Russian join, tying knots - what is the best option for joining a new ball of yarn for your project? In this video, we talk about the differences
In this video I demonstrate a couple of ways to carry floats in fair isle knitting. The Knitter's Pride Royale 16" needle set I use in the video can be found he
The last of the basic stitches for very visual learners. In this video, my producer slows the bind-off way, way down - for a close-up and slow demonstration of
I recently put out a video called "Three Options for Joining a New Ball of Yarn" (https://youtu.be/rQ4_kM8czew), and it was brought to my attention that I misse
SSP is a one-stitch, left-leaning decrease that we use for the wrong (purl) side of the work.
For very visual learners, another addition to my Slow-Motion playlist. You can see my other slo-mo videos here: ...
Instructions for working both right and left lifted increases. Please excuse the green screen background - we're under a bit of construction in the studio. Exci
Part of my slow-motion series for very visual learners, slo-mo GSR. German Short Rows are a way to add shaping to knitting, and are often used in sock heels ...
Something new for visual learners! In this video, my producer slows the purl stitch way, way down - for a close-up and slow demonstration of the stitch.
No need to be afraid of complicated stitch patterns! Proactive lifelines make it easy to rip back a few rows and recover your stitches if you make a mistake, ev
Yikes! You're knitting along, and suddenly you notice that a few rows back, you knit a stitch that should have been purled (or vice versa). Instead of ripping o
How to work a provisional cast-on using scrap yarn and a crochet chain. **** What's New **** Baby Shower Countdown Pattern eBook: ...
Whoops! Your needle just fell out of your work, and you have live stitches hanging there waiting to unravel. Here's how to get those stitches back on the needle
The Bickford Seam is an alternative to the mattress stitch, not quite as sturdy as the mattress stitch, but it leaves no ridge on the inside of the work. This v
Instruction for working the "kfb" increase stitch, or knit front and back.