Here are the skills you need to make your knitting as efficient as possible. Stop letting bad knitting habits slow you down - learn to correctly manage your stitches and tension for fast, efficient knitting.

Video Knitting Course: Knit Faster!

Many knitters knit slower than they should. Luckily, there are proven ways to knit faster, avoid hand fatigue, and enjoy knitting your projects more than ever.

Learn to avoid the top 10 time-sucking errors that slow knitters down and make them repeat steps over and over. It's time to start enjoying your knitting again!


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Not Pushing Needle-Tips Far Enough Through Stitches

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Count Stitches by Fives

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Scrunching Up Stitches on Right-Hand Needle

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Knit-Faster Trick: Push Stitches Down on the Right-Hand Needle

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Tension Trick – 3 Arm’s Lengths of Yarn

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This trick will help you get rid of any pesky tension issues that remain after you have worked on the way you hold your yarn. It has to do with how much yarn you pull out of the yarn ball when you are getting ready to knit.


Letting Stitches Lag on the Left-Hand Needle

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Use Your Fingers to Help You Knit

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Not Tensioning Your Yarn

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Fix a Dropped Knit Stitch

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Let Yarn Flow Through Your Fingers

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How to Keep Track of Your Knitting – Count Rows Easily

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