This works best on wool yarn. Does not work on acrylics.
I have never done this and wonder what project would you use it on.
Looks easy enough and give the edge a nice finish.
I use a knitted I cord quite often. Will have to try this crocheted one.
This makes a nice flat cord. Good for bracelets and belts, etc. I am going to have to try it.
This certainly would be helpful when you want to do your own thing and not follow someone else’s pattern.
You never know when this might be helpful.
There are lots of ways to count rows when your knitting, like using a row counter or marking it on a piece of paper. This video appealed to me because I forget to move the row counter or write it on paper.
I have never tried this, but it looks like fun. I think it would take a lot of practice to get items to look as nice as the ones in this article.
It is usually used in Estonian knitting. There are lots of ways to do it, but this way made the most sense to me.