Long-Tail Cast On/Continental Cast-on/Double Cast-on

One common concern in long-tail cast-on is to figure out how much yarn is required to use for cast on? Since leaving extra tail will disturb during knitting it is better measure right amount of yarn for tail. Below the correct measurement is given according to the yarn sizes. Calculate the amount of strand you need for your project and then […]

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Increase at the beginning

To illustrate how to increase knit at the beginning of the row

Flower Lace Stitch

  This adorable lace pattern is easier than it looks like. If you are looking for a soft and easy lace pattern definitely this would be a great choice. The pattern is complete within four rows with casting on any (multiple of 6 stitches) + 4 stitches for borders. The finer yarn would be better choice. my suggestion is […]

How to make a Mat with handmade Loom!

Hello everyone. In this video I am going to show you how to make a mat with a handmade loom. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vg_F4fYe1I&ab_channel=watchknitting Materials Needed: For this you will need a flat box, which you can find it from any grocery store for free, a hook, some nails, scissors, a thick yarn, a pencil and a ruler. […]

How to knit a Beret with regular needles

 

How to knit a simple beanie hat

   

Tutorial 6 – Yarn over

                Yarn over is a technique that allows yo to create lace stitches. For doing yarn over you do increase and decrease at the same row and that keeps your piece measure at a fix length and fix number of stitches.  

Stitch 25 – Rib Stitch

                      Made in a multiple of 4 stitches and 3 row repeat. Row 1) Repeat (K3 , P1) Row 2) k1, Repeat (P2, K2) Row 3) Repat (K2, P2) Repeat from Row 2                    

Stitch 24 – Striped Lace Stitch

Knitted in a multiple of 4+1 and 4 row repeat. Row 1) Repeat (P1, K3), purl the last stitch Row 2) Knit the first stitch then Repeat (P1, YO, P2tg, K1) Row 3) same as row 1 Row 4) knit all stitch Example if you cast on different number of stitches: Suppose that we are going […]

Stitch 23 – Rain Stitch

                Knitted in a multiple of any even number and 4 row repeat. Row 1) Knit the first stitch then repeat:(Insert the needle between the next 2nd and 3rd stitches, Pull the yarn out and keep it in right needle, Knit 2 stitches together) Row 2) Purl all stitches Row 3) Repeat:(Insert the […]

Stitch 22- Loop stitch

  Row 1) repeat (k1,*pl(refer below), then k1) Row 2) knit all stitches Row 3) k2, repeat (k1,*pl(refer below), then k1) Row 4) knit all stitches *pl: Insert the needle in the leg of the next stitch, pull out the yarn for the extent that you want your loops to appear    

Pattern 21 – Lattice Eyelet Stitch

                  Knitted in even number and repeat of 4 rows. Row 1 ) Knit 2 first stitches, then repeat: Turn yarn around needle Pick up 1 stitch knit 2 stitches Pull the picked stitch on last two stitches Row 2 ) Purl all stitches . ( Note: […]

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