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Check out these helpful knitting tips to make your knitting faster and easier. Tips for knitting in the round, neat edges, and more.

Check out these helpful knitting tips to make your knitting faster and easier. Tips for knitting in the round, neat edges, and more.

Ever confused by knitting pattern instructions? Learn what to do when you see cast off & bind off in knitting patterns. What's the difference?

Ever confused by knitting pattern instructions? Learn what to do when you see cast off & bind off in knitting patterns. What's the difference?

My super easy crochet cast on video has been making its way around the groups and pages again....so thought I'd give it another share here too :) If you love knitting and crocheting, then be sure to sign up for my email newsletter, at www.melodys-makings.com and get 2 of my cute patterns FREE if you're a new subscriber.

How To Make Rib Stitch Neater: Twisted Rib Stitch — Button and Blue

Here’s a little knitting technique to make your rib stitch look neater and more defined. I learnt this technique a few years ago through being unhappy with how my rib stitch button bands were looking on a little cardigan I was working on. It just looked messy and uneven…

A step by step tutorial on how to bind off the last stitch neatly in knitting. Prevent that last stitch from forming ears and being too loose. 2 methos to neaten up the edge and make your cast off look better

A step-by-step tutorial on how to bind off the last stitch neatly for knitting beginners. Including a video and easy-to-follow instructions.

Join a new color with the weave in and twist method [+knitting video]

A simple and effective way to join a new color in knitting using the weave in and twist method. Perfect for intarsia and colorwork.

Unfortunately, there is no way we can avoid yarn tails, especially when we work in a colour pattern. But we can avoid the overwhelming task of weaving in lots of tails if we hide them one by one as soon as they appear.

Very few knitters like to weave in tails. In fact, I don’t know anyone who does. It’s hard to like this tedious and often time-consuming task when you are excited to put on your new sweater or to gift the cute colourful baby blanket to the expectant family. Unfortunately, there is no way we can … Simple Way to Weave in Tails as You Knit Read More »

Lever Knitting Guide: All You Need To Know In My Tutorial For Knitters

Lever knitting (aka the Irish cottage style/pivot knitting) is a knitting type like English knitting. Read on for my guide. This was historically used by production knitters. I reviewed and updated this post on September