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Great tip! Learn this easy technique to clean up those yarn color change rows! Learn How to Remove Purl Dash Lines in Knitting with Studio Knit. #StudioKnit #knitting #howtoknit via @StudioKnit

How to Remove Purl Dash Lines in Knitting with

Great tip! Learn this easy technique to clean up those yarn color change rows! Learn How to Remove Purl Dash Lines in Knitting with Studio Knit. #StudioKnit #knitting #howtoknit via @StudioKnit

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Ripping back with less risk: Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. From yarn.com blog. BONUS TRICK -- For easier pick-up, use a needle a size or two smaller than the ones you're knitting with. More good tips at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/fiber-knit-techniques-tutorials/

How-To: Safely Rip Back Knitting Stitches Once you have your needle inserted all the way along the row, you can pull the working yarn to rip back the rows above the needle. The stitches will be sitting on your needle ready to go.

How to fix a hole in knitting. I have to use this for my Dovetail Pullover before I even get to wear it because I've got a hole! Boo!

How to fix a hole in knitting. I have to use this for my Dovetail Pullover before I even get to wear it because I've got a hole!

Counteracting a throw-away society Considering the time and expense of making hand-knit socks, it is well worth the effort to repair them if you eventually wear through a hole. You say you don’t know how to darn a sock? Let me help with these photos and brief explanation...

Counteracting a throw-away society Considering the time and expense of making hand-knit socks, it is well worth the effort to repair them if you eventually wear through a hole. You say you don't know how to darn a sock? Let me help with these photos and b

Ysolda has some great tips.

so helpful for those of us who can never remember if they clicked the row counter. After the first 10 rows take a piece of scrap yarn and lay it across your knitting between two stitches. 10 rows later pause at th

HOW TO... WOVEN STITCH @woolandthegang

How to knit woven stitch with wool and the gang. ROW 1 (RIGHT Slip your first Insert your right needle into the back of the second stitch on the left Wrap the yarn and pull the stitch through as for a regular knit stitch.

I found this great free pattern on Pinterest, for a lace scarf.  It's actually called a 'true lace' - that means you knit the pattern on bot...

simple ladder lace - Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with Knit 2 rows Knit pattern row: (YO, repeat between ( ) 5 times. Repeat the pattern row until your scarf is at desired length. Block if desired.

weaving in your ends – SO helpful! | REPINNED

Weaving in Your Ends - Knitting Tutorials: Finishing Techniques - Knitting Crochet Sewing Embroidery Crafts Patterns and Ideas!

how to join yarn and fix a knitting project when you're running out of yarn.  On craftsy

How to Join Yarn: 1 Simple Trick with Craftsy's Stefanie Japel

While working on my latest knitting project, I saw my ball of yarn getting closer and closer to ending.

Adding a ball of yarn

How to Add a new ball of yarn when knitting

CreatiKnit | At the end of your skein? Learn how to Join New Yarn…without becoming unraveled!

At the end of your skein? Learn how to Join New Yarn...without...

The Twist-and-Weave yarn join lets you add new yarn to your knitting without any knots but still avoiding loose stitches. Suitable any time you change yarn, .

Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy!

How to Crochet a Ball of Any Size

Put a touch of cat nip in a cheese cloth bag and sew inside and you have an instant cat toy. Want a tiny sphere? A giant pouf? Achieve the perfect size with this easy crochet ball formula. On Craftsy!

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