Knitting Techniques

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Borders and Edges star
Whether you use patterns or design your own garments, you can always change up the edges and borders as you please. Begin the process with some research - here's how.

Change Up Your Ribbing! star
The edgings of a garment can completely change the look. You have many choices.

Entrelac Knitting star
New Year, new challenges! Have you tried the entrelac technique yet?

Garment Making star
Articles that help you when making a sweater or jumper.

Intarsia Knitting star
Intarsia goes in and out of style. It's a great technique for warm-weather knits!

Jogless Stripes In The Round star
Three techniques are given to avoid or solve the jog that happens when knitting stripes in the round. Read here to found out how to create a smooth stripe effect in your circular striped knitting projects.

Knitting Horizontal Stripes star
Read this to learn two techniques for knitting horizontal stripes, plus tips and what to look out for when adding stripes to your knitting.

Lace Knitting Simplified star
Want to try lace knitting? Here are a few pointers for beginners

Learn to Knit star
Links and articles geared to the beginning knitter or those needing a refresher.

Seamed or Seamless? star
When creating a sweater, do you prefer to knit flat pieces and sew the finished product together? Or are you a member of Team Seamless?

Short Rows star
Looking to add shaping to your knitting? Learn how to short row!

Skills star
Skills to learn after or while you are learning the basics.

Stranded Knitting star
Stranded knitting is a special technique that results in beautiful colorwork. This article discusses some how-tos to keep in mind.

Troubleshooting star
If you run into trouble with your knitting see the articles and links listed here.

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