Video Knitting Course: Brioche Knitting
Brioche knitting can be hard to get used to and it's tricky to know how to fix your mistakes. Plus, the new abbreviations can throw you off. But it's so worth learning this knitting technique because the projects you can knit are really stunning.
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Video Knitting Course: Charts Demystified
Charts are full of symbols that can be confusing and hard to remember. But they also allow you to knit complex patterns easily. With over 7 hours of video, our Charts Demystified video class teaches you everything you need to know about knitting from knit-and-purl, lace, cable, Fair-Isle, Intarsia, double-knitting, duplicate stitch, and Mosaic charts so that you can approach any charted pattern with confidence.
Video Knitting Course: Color Knitting
Knitting with two yarn colors at once can be intimidating and even physically challenging. Our courses cover every possible mistake so all your color-knitting projects come out gorgeous.
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Video Knitting Course: Double Knitting
Two-sided knitting involves specific new knitting techniques. Master double knitting from a chart so that even complex projects are simple.
Video Knitting Course: Fair-Isle Knitting
Because holding two or more colors at once can be awkward as you learn how to manage the tension of each stitch, I've created a video class teaching you all the secrets of confident Fair-Isle knitting.
Video Knitting Course: Mosaic Knitting
While Mosaic knitting starts out simple, you'll need to know how to keep good tension and catch and fix beginner-to-advanced mistakes in order to knit any Mosaic project out there.
Fair-Isle knitting is notorious for being difficult on socks and motifs that leave long floats. It just doesn’t stretch enough. The Ladder-Back Jacquard technique is a way of knitting your floats into a loose material on the back of your work that lets it stretch.Read Post »
Color Knitting AbbreviationsMC – Main Color
DC – Dark color
LC – Light color
CC – Contrasting Color
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To do the popular Starburst Cowl, learn the Starburst Stitch with this in-depth tutorial. With a tricky section of Knit 5 Togethers, you’ll want to follow my tips to make the cowl project easy and fun.
Recommended Book: Mosaic Knitting by Barbara Walker
The definitive guide to mosaic knitting, by mosaic inventor Barbara Walker. The book contains a thorough explanation of how slip-stitch knitting (knitting with one color in each row) works and why. Includes written patterns and charts for 380 mosaic designs that you can add to your own projects.
This is the book I studied from before creating our own video course on the topic.
Testimonial: I Can’t Believe How Simple The Process IsIn regards to: Mosaic Knitting
Not being a particularly adventurous knitter, I’ve never considered attempting mosaic knitting. I just assumed it was hard! You just proved that with a good teacher, and a good video tutorial, most any kind of knitting is doable. I didn’t knit the swatch, but I did watch the video all the way through (knitting in my head), and can’t believe how simple the process is. Again, thank you so much for sharing your time and experience. :-)
– Renna H.
Testimonial: Can’t Wait to Start Other Fair-Isle ProjectsIn regards to: Fair-Isle Knitting
Bought the "Fair-Isle ebook" from Liat Gat/KnitFreedom – I can really recommend it to anyone who is new to Fair-Isle knitting. After taking the online video class I can’t wait to start other Fair-Isle projects.
– alterbridge on Ravelry
Testimonial: OUT-STANDING! !In regards to: Brioche Knitting
I love, Love, LOVE your Brioche course. I feel like it has already paid for itself with just the little tips alone that you have passed along so far. Not once have I had a problem seeing or understanding what you were doing or explaining. And it began in such an understandable and methodical way. Everything keeps building on what was previously covered… And the videos are OUT-STANDING! !
– Chuck D., Chesapeake, VA
Testimonial: Amazing Results on First AttemptIn regards to: Double Knitting
I recently watched your tutorials on double knitting and they were so helpful and the results (even on my first attempt) are amazing so far. :D