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Chinese Waves Knitting Stitch

Chinese waves is a super easy stitch pattern to knit. It’s also fun and has a nice wavy texture to it. If you have mastered knitting back and forth (garter stitch) and feel it’s time to try something new this is a good next step! Chinese waves is a variation on garter stitch and all …

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Bind Off Knitting

Everything about binding off knitting To bind off knitting means to close all the live stitches, the ones sitting on the needle, so the knitting won’t unravel when taken off the needles. There are several ways to bind off a knitting project. The characteristics of the project determine which method is more suitable. For example, …

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Knitting Neat Edges

5 ways of knitting neat edges! As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate program, I earn commissions from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you. Have you ever looked at a finished project and felt a bit disappointed because the edges didn’t turn out as neat as you had wished for? Blankets, …

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How to Knit the Garter Stitch

All about the garter stitch! Garter stitch is the easiest of the knitting stitches. But it’s also one of the most squishy and cuddly ones! It turns out a little thicker than other stitches which makes it perfect for scarves, shawls, blankets, autumn cardigans, and other cozy things used during the cooler seasons. And, it’s …

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How to Count Rows in Knitting

Have you ever struggled with how to count your rows when knitting? Your pattern tells you to do something after knitted X rows and you don’t know when you have because it’s hard to remember if you should count your cast on and the stitches on your needle. Don’t worry, it’s a piece of cake! …

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