Hi Y’all! Just a quick post today – I’m headed to Buenos Aires in a few hours (well don’t I feel like Carmen San Diego?!) to see some tango, visit the “Pink House” (the Argentine White House), and shop the famous “yarn district.”

So here’s a quick knitting-faster tip for you on this Friday. This tip complements the ten tips for knitting faster I show you in the Knit Faster! Video E-Book.

In this video, I show you how to maintain a quick pace of knitting while managing the stitches comfortably moving down along your right-hand needle. Enjoy!

Knit Faster Trick - Pushing Your Stitches Down
Knit Faster Trick - Pushing Your Stitches Down

If you liked this knit faster trick, post in the comments!

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  1. Wow that was amazing” I have not attempted anything other then scarves and dishcloths but when I do advance to something which requires a hem I will definately try your technique. Great ideaaaaaa! thank you.

  2. Liat, Thank you so much for your online tutorials. You are such a pro and provide great close up quality video which shows everything so clearly and you go slow enough so that it’s easy to follow. Not to mention your commentary. I was able to learn the magic loop from you which has been a godsend since I cannot master dpns for the life of me. Thank you again.

    1. Wow, Kathy, thank YOU! I am so happy to know that my videos are helping you – that gives me a lot of motivation to keep making videos and teaching my lovely online students. Your comment helps remind me that I really am helping people, even if we can’t see each other.

  3. Thank You . now i know how to join by sliping that first stitch. i heaed about it but having seen it done is really nice! your instructions are clear and thanks for showing how to place a marker and that long theard that joins is the end of row.then place a marker.i like that. it gives a second chance to do so. mine falls off.

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