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          Steeking
          What are the benefits to using steeking in your projects? In this lesson, learn how steeks can make your knitting more efficient and your finished projects more beautiful.
          Not all yarns and fibers produce the best results when steeking. In this lesson, learn about the best tools and materials for steeked projects and review basic techniques for colorwork knitting.
          Meet your instructor, Kyle Kunnecke, a San Francisco-based designer with a not-so-secret passion for colorwork.
          Installing a zipper may look overwhelming or difficult, but in this lesson Kyle breaks down each step so you can do it easily.
          After spending so much time and care with your steeked colorwork project, follow Kyle's tips for giving your knitting a professional polish.
          Congratulations! You finished your steeking project!
          Take some time to prepare your project for cutting. You can't uncut your fabric, so make sure everything is in order before you snip the first stitch.
          In this lesson, learn one technique for reinforcement: the crocheted steek. You don't need to be a skilled crocheter to master this skill.
          Learn another technique for reinforcement: the hand-sewn steek. With matching thread and a little patience, this steek is nearly invisible.
          You’ve spent weeks knitting a project, and now you are supposed to cut it? Relax: in this class from our partners at Interweave, Kyle Kunnecke will teach you how to cut and finish knitted steeks without fear. He'll show you why cutting your knitting can actually be a good thing. You'll learn the do's and don'ts of properly creating, preparing and cutting steeks and how to create hand-sewn and crocheted steeks, all while making an adorable zippered bag.
          Kyle Kunnecke
          Kyle Kunnecke
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