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          Finishing Knits
          Ever wonder how knitters take two pieces of knitting and seamlessly combine them into one continuous section? It’s not magic! It’s called the Kitchener stitch.
          Beginner
          Hooray! You finished that sweater. But don't throw it on just yet ... block it first to help it retain its shape as you wear it. (You don't want to end up with droopy sleeves or curled up hems later on!)
          Ashley Little
          Buttons can add a functional and decorative finish to your knitting projects, so knit them wisely! Most knitting patterns will tell you how to knit your buttonholes and button bands, but if you’re designing your own or adding buttons to an existing pattern, you might need some extra help.
          Ashley Little
          Most of us learn about cleaning and caring for our knitted garments the hard way, like washing a wool sweater in hot water only to find that it felted into a baby-sized sweater or washing a hat in detergent that made you break out into a rash. Many of us have learned a thing or two about knitted garment care through experience.
          Ashley Little
          When you knit a shawl, you might notice that while you're stitching it and even when you bind off, the shawl looks all scrunched up. Triangle shawls look more like big blobs than like a triangle, and you can't quite make out those gorgeous yarn overs that you stitched.
          Ashley Little
          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
          Expand your project possibilities with more than 25 cast-ons and bind-offs! Learn beautiful variations for standard, stretchy and decorative effects.
          Vicki Square
          Vicki Square
          Finish every project cleanly and confidently! Learn basic finishing skills that bring out the best in your knitting, from seaming to blocking and beyond.
          Chris Bylsma
          Chris Bylsma
          Have you ever finished a crochet project, only to hold it up and find that it's not the shape it's supposed to be? That's when wet blocking crochet comes in handy.
          Ashley Little
          Choose and use the best cast-ons and bind-offs for every knitting need. Start and finish all your knitting with a look you love and the perfect amount of stretch.
          Aurora Sisneros
          Aurora Sisneros
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