Ready to Watch More?
Start your FREE trial to unlock every video, project, and technique.
Techniques for Exciting Colorwork
Techniques for Exciting Colorwork
Faina Goberstein
Add gorgeous color to your knitwear with this collection of incredible techniques. Learn how to work chevron stripes, two-color cables, inlay motifs and more.
Curiously Similar
Express your love of color by creating your own custom motifs!
Anne Berk
Anne Berk
Knit beautiful colorwork and texture-rich patterns with simple slip-stitch techniques. Conquer mosaic stitch, tuck stitch and much more.
Faina Goberstein
Faina Goberstein
Start knitting the eye-catching colorwork styles you love! Learn the essentials for stripes, slip-stitch colorwork, colorwork cables, intarsia and stranded knitting.
Melissa Leapman
Melissa Leapman
Related Reading
Fall is bringing on some serious knitting vibes, and as if we weren't already itching to stitch ... it's festival season! Nope, we're not talking music here. These fairs are all about fiber.
Ashley Little
News flash: knitting and ladders don't mix. No, not that kind of ladder...I'm talking about those pesky ladders that happen when you're knitting in the round. Ladders are stretched stitches that form when your stitches separate too much between needles. Sometimes ladders might even look like a dropped stitch, but don't be fooled.
Ashley Little
I-cord: no, it's not some accessory for your iPhone. In fact, it's a little bit of knitting magic. Sometimes, instead of a flat knitted fabric, your project calls for something more like a long, skinny rope. That’s where I-cord comes in. I-cord creates a long, curling, round project that, as the name suggests, looks like a cord.
Sarah Johnson
Now Reading
Techniques for Exciting Colorwork