Learn how to knit two flat pieces at the same time. Two-at-a-time (TAAT) knitting helps to ensure that both of your pieces are identical.
Knowing how to knit cables without a cable needle is handy! It helps you to knit faster and you don’t have to worry about losing your cable needle in the sofa cushions! 🙂
Have you ever knit a pair of socks or mittens and one turned out bigger than the other? Knitting two-a-time will prevent that. Learn how in this tutorial!
Short rows create a curve in your knitting. They are often used in sock heels and toes, sweater shaping, and to add a gentle curve to the bottom of ponchos, capes, and shawls. Wrap and turn is probably the most common way to do short rows. There are a lot of instructions online for doing
Many garment patterns use the technique “pick up and knit” to create finished edges and button bands. In the following videos, I’ll demonstrate how to pick up and knit on a stockinette stitch edge, cast on edge, and garter stitch edge. These are the most common edges that you will encounter for this technique, and
Applied i-cord is a method of adding a rolled trim to the edges of your knit projects. It creates a nice round edge suitable for necklines, armholes, button/zipper bands, and hems on sweaters. It also creates a neatly finished edge on things like blankets and pillows.