EASY TO KNIT ~ Great compilation of knit stitches . . . https://www.easytoknit.com/
Basket Weave ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/basketweave
Circular Knitting ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/knitting-in-the-round
Eyelet Lace ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/eyelet-lace
Knit Purl ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/knit-purl
Multi-color ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/multi-color-knitting
Reversible ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/reversible
Slipped Stitches ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/slip-stitch-knitting
Textured Stitches ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/textured-knitting
Twist Cable ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/twist-cable
Zigzag Chevron ~ https://www.easytoknit.com/search/label/zigzag-chevron
Translation for 12 languages. Knitting tips. Conversion charts. Lots more. Scroll through to see various topics.
This link has directions for 400 stitches. Which one will you try first?
This looks interesting. I think I would try it on a kids sweater or maybe up the middle of a scarf, just to try it out.
It is usually used in Estonian knitting. There are lots of ways to do it, but this way made the most sense to me.
Here are several ideas if you want to add a little something to whatever your knitting.
Learn to slip a stitch
- Purlwise with Yarn in Back
- Purlwise with Yarn in Front
- Knitwise with Yarn in Back
- Knitwise with Yarn in Front
- Yarn On (or Over) the Needle
- Knit Tuck Stitch
- Purl Tuck Stitch
Something I’ve not done, but want to try.
You could use this on plain knitted item to give it a little pizzazz!
Condo Knitting was popular many years ago. Haven’t done it in a long time and may use it on the next afghan or baby blanket I make. Knitting goes fast because of the size needles being used. Although I found it hard to frog.
This article has some good pictures of the different ways to increase.
The pictures are helpful.
Easy to do and looks nice when done.
I could have used this a long time ago!
Bill Souza has a lot of knitting tutorials for left handed knitters. I checked some out and they look pretty good.