The Invisible Ribbed Bind Off For 1×1 Rib

Invisible Ribbed Bind-Off shown on a toe-up sockBy Liat Gat - Founder / Bind-Offs / September 1, 2010 / 34 Comments

The Invisible Ribbed Bind-Off is a must-learn, intermediate bind-off technique. It is a sewn bind-off that will also help you learn Kitchener stitch (the seaming bind-off). The included video and illustration help you understand clearly how to do it.

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How To Switch Needles on Magic Loop

By Liat Gat - Founder / Magic Loop / September 1, 2010 / 17 Comments

Here’s how to change needles in the middle of a Magic Loop knitting project. For instance, if you started with a circular needle that is too short and you need to change to a longer one.

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Stop Letting Stitches Lag On Your Left-Hand Needle

By Liat Gat - Founder / Knit Faster / August 30, 2010 / No Comments

Not advancing the stitches on your left-hand needle makes you work harder and harder to get into those stitches. Yet many people do it, because they are afraid their stitches will pop off if they keep them too close to the edge.

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How To Get KnitFreedom Free Patterns and Videos

By Liat Gat - Founder / News / August 28, 2010 / 5 Comments

As a member of the KnitFreedom community, you get FREE access to our 40+ original knitting patterns.

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Stop Scrunching The Stitches Up On Your Right-Hand Needle

By Liat Gat - Founder / Knit Faster / August 26, 2010 / No Comments
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Are You Pushing Your Needle-Tips Far Enough Through Your Stitches?

By Liat Gat - Founder / Knit Faster / August 25, 2010 / No Comments
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FREE! Video Knitting Dictionary

By Liat Gat - Founder / Dictionary / August 20, 2010 / 9 Comments

This Video Knitting Dictionary contains 25 large, high-quality videos of all the knitting abbreviations you need to know in one downloadable PDF. Demonstrations (American and Continental-style) include: Beginnings, Knit and Purl, Terms and Abbreviations, Pattern Stitches, Decreases, Increases, and Finishing.

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Three Reasons You Must Learn To Read a Knitting Pattern

Reading a Knitting Pattern woman holding pattern square cropBy Liat Gat - Founder / Reading Knitting Patterns / August 17, 2010 / 7 Comments

Learning to read a knitting pattern is one of the most important things you can do to increase your confidence and enjoyment of knitting. Here are three reasons why learning to read patterns will help you grow as a knitter.

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The Ideal Number of Knitting Projects to Work On at One Time

Five - KnittedBy Liat Gat - Founder / Knitter's Life / April 8, 2008 / 50 Comments

Five projects is the ideal number of knitting projects to be working on at once. A variety of projects is best, from easy no-brain-needed projects for Knit Night to complex, lock-yourself-in-the-closet-to-concentrate lace projects.

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