Crochet Border on Knitting
Blog Post: Knitted Dishcloth Pattern and How To Add a Single Crochet Border Onto Your KnittingBy Liat Gat – Founder / Finishing / February 1, 2011 / 30 Comments
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Blog Post: Mattress Stitch: How To Invisibly Seam KnittingBy Liat Gat – Founder / Finishing / February 17, 2011 / 24 Comments
Here’s a tutorial on how to correctly and easily do mattress stitch, one of the most basic seaming techniques in knitting.Read Post »
Blog Post: Russian Grafting: The Alternative to Kitchener StitchBy Liat Gat – Founder / Bind-Offs, Finishing, World Travels / September 2, 2011 / 21 Comments
Russian Grafting is a clever alternative to Kitchener stitch. It uses a crochet hook to seam up two live edges of knitting without ever having to get out your tapestry needle. It also creates a decorative, criss-crossed finish.Read Post »
Blog Post: When You Run Out Of Tail – Tricks For Casting On And Weaving In Short EndsBy Liat Gat – Founder / Cast-Ons, Finishing, Tips and Tricks / October 3, 2010 / 7 Comments
Sometimes, when casting on tons of stitches you run out of tail right before end. Don’t worry – you do not have to start your long-tail cast-on over. Use the backwards-loop cast-on or any short-tail cast-on to add the last few stitches.Read Post »
Blog Post: How To Crochet A Scalloped Edge or BorderBy Liat Gat – Founder / Crochet, Decorative, Finishing / July 8, 2011 / 6 Comments
Use a crochet hook to create a scalloped border on your knitted projects. Even if you’ve never crocheted before, you will be able to create this easy decorative finish just by grabbing a crochet hook and following the video.Read Post »
Blog Post: How To Weave In Ends Invisibly On Garter StitchBy Liat Gat – Founder / Finishing / May 6, 2011 / 5 Comments
This video shows you how to weave in ends on garter stitch – just follow the stitch with your yarn to make your tails completely invisible on both sides.Read Post »
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Crochet Border on KnittingFree Video
Crochet Scalloped Border on KnittingFree Video
How to Weave in a Very Short Tail/Short EndsFree Video
Cut your end too short? There is a trick for weaving it in! Even if your tail is 2 inches long you can still use this trick to weave in a short tail or end.
Weave In Ends on Garter StitchFree Video
Russian Grafting (Blog)Free Video
This is a really easy and fast way to close live stitches, without using a tapestry needle. It just requires a crochet hook and a secret move at the beginning to get things set up right.
Russian Grafting (Bind-Offs Class)Premium Video
Russian Grafting is a clever alternative to Kitchener stitch. It uses a crochet hook to seam up two live edges of knitting without ever having to get out your tapestry needle. It also creates a decorative, criss-crossed finish.
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Recommended Book: Knitting on the Edge by Nicky Epstein
Nicki’s books are a great resource when you want to fancy-up a basic pattern. You can find special ribbing, edging, and pattern stitches to finish off your projects the way you like.
Buy Knitting on the Edge online