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Make your projects stand out with modern colorwork motifs. From creating simple dots to intricate designs, build the skills for stranded knitting success.
Mary Jane Mucklestone
Mary Jane Mucklestone
Now that you've used the Magic Cast-On in its most common application, you're ready to explore other ways that you can work it in projects, such as perfect hems. Lorilee shows you how to eliminate the need to tack down hems or use waste yarn by using the Magic Cast-On instead.
Knit along with designer Romi Hill and create a fabulous shawl in just four weeks!
Romi Hill
Romi Hill
For the last month of the knit-along, you'll make a pair of cozy fingerless mittens. Kate will walk you through managing two colors at a time with stranded knitting and show you how to hold the yarn to suit your knitting style.
Start knitting with a simple cast-on using one circular needle, and then see how to compare it with other needle setups. Next, find out how to join your work and tell which is the wrong or right side.
Try your hand at the magic loop by working two projects with an open start: a top-down sock and a sleeve. Lorilee helps you set up your stitches and work from the needles, plus shares tips and tricks for keeping things on track.
Stockinette can't have all the fun; the Magic Cast-On is perfect for garter stitch projects, too! Follow along as Lorilee guides you through a pair of garter-stitch fingerless mitts using the Magic Cast-On. After that, discover smart tricks for using the garter tab cast-on and more.
Once you've got the fundamentals down, it's time to practice with a fun project. Tanis walks you step by step through a color-packed hat, including the ribbed brim, decreasing in pattern and blocking your piece to perfection.
BEST FOR BEGINNERS
Knitters know that any time you take on a project, you'd better be ready to learn something new. That's just the way creativity works. And as a self-taught knitter, I've experienced my share of struggles over the years. (Why does stockinette curl like that? Why are my edges so sloppy when everyone else's seem so neat?) So, without further fuss, here are six top tips I wish I'd learned sooner.
Terry Matz
Marie Kondo would probably approve of knitting. After all, you only need three simple things to do it: needles, a ball of yarn, and a pair of scissors. So minimalist!
Ashley Little
Everything you need to start knitting with confidence.
Susan B. Anderson
Susan B. Anderson
This is when the fun begins! Susan shares her tried-and-true method for getting your stitches onto your needles. Then cast on for your very first project: a pair of hand warmers.
Time to give purls a whirl using the three Continental holds. You'll learn a combination purl and how to adjust tension in your purled stitches.
Shaping opens up a whole new world of creative possibilities for your knitting. In this lesson, you'll practice basic increase and decrease stitches to make your knitting wider or narrower.
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
Patterns, projects + gift ideas to make you merry.
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Join Kristy Glass on a journey of textile discovery that proves there's more to knitting than meets the ply! If you consider yourself among the fiber-curious — if you get your thrills from picking pills and alpaca mills, we want to cordially welcome you to The Stitch Dimension.
Kristy  Glass
Kristy Glass
Build your yarn-dyeing skills with gradients, hand painting and more.
Sarah Eyre
Sarah Eyre
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Ready to tackle a new knitting challenge? Try your hand at knitting stacked stitches with the help of expert Xandy Peters. You'll master the basics of this visually striking technique as you knit a stacked-stitched scarf from start to finish. Plus, you'll see how Xandy developed her famous Fox Paws pattern!
Xandy Peters
Xandy Peters
Ready to take the "eek" out of steek? Join designer Bristol Ivy and learn to knit a fabulous steeked cardigan! This knit-along gives you the chance to challenge yourself and try more advanced techniques, such as steeking, stranded colorwork, short rows and more, with the help of a supportive community of knitters. Bristol will walk you through every step, from choosing yarn colors and determining gauge to troubleshooting, while sharing tips and tricks along the way. Steeking is always better with friends, so enroll now and get ready to start stitching! The Throughstone Sweater kit is available now; just click on the Materials tab in the class for a link!
Bristol Ivy
Bristol Ivy
Do you suffer from second sock syndrome (when you knit one sock and never quite get around to finishing the second one)? You’re not alone. Join expert Kate Atherley and discover a more efficient way to knit socks so that when you’re done, you have two instead of one! Whether you prefer top-down or toe-up, you’ll learn how to knit two socks at the same time and modify any pattern for this time-saving method.
Kate Atherley
Kate Atherley
Knitting is calming, creative, and easy! It's even more enjoyable when you stitch along with your kids. In this kids' beginner class, Kristy Glass and her daughter, Olive, show you how to start knitting and make your first project, a magic "pouch of possibilities." From casting on to binding off, they'll guide you step by step — and have a few laughs along the way.
Kristy  Glass
Kristy Glass
Take the next steps in your knitting journey and create two cozy accessories.
Allyson Dykhuizen
Allyson Dykhuizen
Join Kristy Glass on a journey of textile discovery that proves there's more to knitting than meets the ply! If you consider yourself among the fiber-curious — if you get your thrills from picking pills and alpaca mills, we want to cordially welcome you to The Stitch Dimension.
Kristy  Glass
Kristy Glass
Unlock the potential of the Magic Cast-On and discover a world of new knitting possibilities.
Lorilee Beltman
Lorilee Beltman
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
Lifestyle
In this Bluprint Original series made in partnership with Michaels, get an inside look at some of our favorite makers — and learn some new techniques along the way.
Michaels + Bluprint
Michaels + Bluprint
Knit along with designer Romi Hill and create a fabulous shawl in just four weeks!
Romi Hill
Romi Hill
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
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
Discover 14 ways to shape custom shawls that show off your unique aesthetic.
Laura Nelkin
Laura Nelkin
Master brioche lace knitting as you create a stunning shawl.
Lesley Anne Robinson
Lesley Anne Robinson
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.
Craftsy
Craftsy
Join designer Bristol Ivy to knit a comfy cardigan, one week at a time.
Bristol Ivy
Bristol Ivy
Put a festive spin on Fair Isle with a dazzling array of knit ornaments.
Tanis Gray
Tanis Gray
Improve your circular knitting with the magic loop technique.
Lorilee Beltman
Lorilee Beltman
Build your yarn-dyeing skills with gradients, hand painting and more.
Sarah Eyre
Sarah Eyre
Everything you need to start knitting with confidence.
Susan B. Anderson
Susan B. Anderson
Select the right technique for every step of your tricky projects.
Ann Budd
Ann Budd
Knit a scarf and hat for someone who’s been affected by cancer.
Sunne Meyer
Sunne Meyer
Knit your first sweater on your knitting machine.
Renée Callahan
Renée Callahan
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