Knitting Jargon Tutorials

Oct 16

How To s1, k2tog, psso

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

This little collection of knitting jargon achieves one thing… it decreases your stitches on a knit row. Most importantly it decreases three stitches into one. Just like the k3tog we learned last week. (click here to see that video too) And if you’re looking for a dramatic affect, this is the way to go! You’ll […]

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Oct 09

How To K3tog

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

This is another knitting jargon video (I know how much you love them!). Let’s make some dramatic shaping on our fabric with decreasing 3 stitches into 1 in the form of k3tog. It’s easy to get confused and wonder whether the knitting dictionary is pulling your leg, “ha!” said Cable, the knitting dictionary compiler, “I […]

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Also known as seed stitch this is a fabulous stitch pattern for beginners to learn how to use knit and purl stitches in combination
Jun 13

How To Knit Moss Stitch

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

We all love a good textured knit. It gives a little interest, and with the right yarn you can add a luxurious feel to a simple scarf or beret. Find a simple coloured yarn to really show off the full affect of utilising knitting and purling in this way through the fabric. You can add […]

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May 24

How To Make 1 Stitch (m1)

Knitting Jargon Tutorials

The more nuanced jargon begins to appear as you shape your garments, that might be giving a nipped in waist to a jumper or cardigan, it might be adding a slouch to a beanie or fabulous flattening to  the brim of a beret. Whatever it is that you’re knitting when you see m1. you’re going […]

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