Maker's Handbook Knitting
Maker's Handbook Knitting
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Need a quick tip for a specific stitch? Or maybe you're just seeking a little knit-spiration. Either way, this playlist has you covered from cast-on to bind-off.
Curiously Similar
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Create knits that look incredibly professional! Learn the best ways to troubleshoot missed stitches, fix holes and gaps, make savvy yarn substitutions and more.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson
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Hold onto your needles! Tracie and Jodi, a.k.a. the Grocery Girls, are here to dish out fresh fiber inspiration. From project picks to wooly good gossip, things are about to get super knitty… and maybe just a little nutty.
Grocery Girls
Grocery Girls
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Are you left stranded looking for the perfect way to learn colorwork knitting? This class unlocks the secrets of stranded knitting, sharing the ins and out of colorwork with designer, author and instructor Kyle Kunnecke. You'll get an overview of color theory (including tips for choosing the best color combos), the basic techniques for stranded knitting, tips on how to easily read charts, and an overview of locked floats so there are no more loose strands to catch on the back of your fabric!
Kyle Kunnecke
Kyle Kunnecke

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The difference between a pair of hand-knit socks and the ones from the store is sort of like the difference between cotton and cashmere. (No offense to cotton! Cashmere is just extra.) If you've ever put on a pair, you know that hand-knit equals exceptional warm and cozy foot happiness. So even if you're a beginner knitter, they're totally worth the effort.
Ashley Little
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We hate to admit it, but what our parents said when we were kids is right: mistakes do help you learn. (The first time you add a cup of salt instead of sugar into a recipe is usually the last time, right?!)
Ashley Little
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Maker's Handbook Knitting