How to Make a Slip Knot

How to Make a Slip Knot

Here is the tail and this is my working yarn that’s connected to the ball of yarn. First, cross the tail over the working yarn. Pinch the tail with your fingers going through the loop you’ve created. Hold both the tail and the working yarn down and pull. This the slip knot. You can control […]

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Lace Dress – McCall’s Pattern 6695

Welcome to Professor Pincushion. In this tutorial, we are going to be making McCall’s 6695. We are going to be focusing on view A which is this dress in this picture, but if you decide to do view B, you can also follow along most of the steps with us. The first thing that you […]

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Knitting Help – Purl Front and Back, or pfb

Knitting Help – Purl Front and Back, or pfb

Now I’ll show you how to do a purl front-back, abbreviated P F B, but I actually like to do it the other way around. I like to do “purl back front” – it just makes more sense to me, and I think it’s easier to complete the stitch. And this is what it looks […]

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How to Knit NAPKIN RINGS in Seed Stitch | DIY Gift Ideas

How to Knit NAPKIN RINGS in Seed Stitch | DIY Gift Ideas

Two Toned Knitted Napkin Rings in Seed Stitch Hi, Guys, and Welcome to Studio Knit! Today we are going to learn how to make these quick knit cozy and elegant NAPKIN RINGS IN SEED STITCH This two-toned napkin ring design is a great accessory for entertaining at holiday gatherings and year-round dining. My local GoodWill […]

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How to Decorate with Tassels made on the Martha Stewart Crafts® DIY Weaver(TM)

Now that you have made your tassels with the DIY Weaver, here’s how to add them to a finished object. These tassels are made with Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in the color Mint. The long strands at the top of the tassel make it easy to attach. You can use these strands to sew your […]

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DIY Hand-Sewn Scallop Hem| Picot Hem| Lettuce Hem

DIY Hand-Sewn Scallop Hem| Picot Hem| Lettuce Hem

So today, im gunna show you how to easily hand-stitch a Scallop / Picot hem. It’s also been called a lettuce hem for some reason by retailers. And yeah, lets get into it! So this You just repeat the same two steps over and over so You want to do a loop around the hem. […]

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machine knit – Cables Part 1

hi guys welcome, in this tutorial I will teach you how to create a basic cable on a domestic knitting machine First of all, we need to select 18 needles. Push fully out Then we will create an e-wrap cast on we wrap the yarn counter clockwise around the needles, creating an eeee shape. with […]

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