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
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
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
Finish any hand-knitting project with finesse. Learn the best techniques for edge finishes, weaving in ends, blocking, seaming, button and neck bands, zippers, hemming and more.
Anne Hanson
Anne Hanson
Banish your finishing fears to seam even the most sophisticated knitting projects with complete confidence.
John Brinegar
John Brinegar
Blocking is the easiest, fastest way to take your knitting to the next level. Finish knitting projects so that they look, fit and feel as wonderful as you imagined.
Kate Atherley
Kate Atherley
Learn to stitch up your seams with expert ease as instructor Chris Bylsma teaches you the secrets to seaming handknits! 
Chris Bylsma
Chris Bylsma
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