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400 Knitting Stitches - Learn to Knit - About.com
I don't know if it's possible for a knitter to have too many stitch dictionaries, and 400 Knitting Stitches by Potter Craft is a decent one to add to any knitter's ...
Knitting Stitches A to C - Knitting Stitch Patterns with Names A to C
A collection of knitting stitches with names beginning with the letters A through C. Try out some new knitting stitch patterns.
Learn to Knit: Knitting Stitch Pattern Glossary
Simple combinations of knit and purl stitches can make some amazing patterns for your knitting projects. Here are some classic stitch patterns, as well as some ...
Knitting Stitch Patterns with Names D to F - Learn to Knit - About.com
Diagonal Seed Stitch is a really fun knitting stitch that makes diagonal lines of purls across a background of Stockinette. It's easy to knit and adds interest to ...
Knitting Stitches Visual Encyclopedia by Sharon Turner Book Review
Sharon Turner's visual guide includes 350 stitch patterns from basic knit and purl combinations to cables, colorwork, edgings and more.
Knitting Stitch Books - Reviews of Knitting Stitch Collections
A collection of knitting stitch books is a great investment for knitters who might want to add a different stitch pattern to a project or design their own knit objects ...
Learn to Knit the Aran Honeycomb Stitch - About.com
Works on multiples of 8 stitches. Row 1 (wrong side) and all wrong-side rows: Purl. Row 2: *Slip 2 stitches to a cable needle and hold in the back. Knit 2, then ...
Learn to Knit Popcorn Stitch - About.com
Popcorn Stitch is similar to but different from making bobbles on your knit fabric. Popcorn stitches actually take two rows to complete, with the increase on one ...
Reading Your Knitting: Proper Stitch Orientation - Learn to Knit
If you've ever had to put a stitch back on the knitting needle you know it can be difficult to determine which way the stitch is supposed to go. Giving the stitch a ...
Knitting FAQs: What Do I Do If I Drop a Stitch?
Answer: Every knitter drops stitches. You stop paying attention for a little while and suddenly you've got a loop that's slipped off the needle. If you didn't notice it  ...
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