Become a Knitting Superstar™
Become a Knitting Superstar™
Become a Knitting Superstar™
Become a Knitting Superstar™
Become a Knitting Superstar™

Before You Start

Gauge – How to Check Your Gauge on Flat Knitting

Gauge – How to Check Your Gauge on Flat Knitting
Gauge – How to Check Your Gauge on Flat Knitting

 

Cast-Ons

Knit and Purl

K – Knit Stitch – American Style

K – Knit Stitch – American Style
K – Knit Stitch – American Style

K – Knit Stitch – Continental Style

K – Knit Stitch – Continental Style
K – Knit Stitch – Continental Style

P – Purl Stitch – American Style

P – Purl Stitch – American Style
P – Purl Stitch – American Style

P – Purl Stitch – Continental Style

P – Purl Stitch – Continental Style
P – Purl Stitch – Continental Style

Recognizing a Knit and Purl Stitch

Recognizing a Knit and Purl Stitch
Recognizing a Knit and Purl Stitch

 

Pattern Stitches

Increases

KFB – Knit Front and Back

KFB – Knit Front and Back
KFB – Knit Front and Back

M1/M1L – Make One/Make One Left

M1/M1L – Make One/Make One Left
M1/M1L – Make One/Make One Left

M1R – Make One Right

PFB – Purl Front and Back

YO – Yarnover

YO – Yarnover
YO – Yarnover

 

Decreases

K2TOG – Knit 2 Together

K2TOG – Knit 2 Together
K2TOG – Knit 2 Together

K2TOGTBL – Knit 2 Together Through the Back Loops

P2TOG – Purl 2 Together

S2KP (Slip 2, Knit, Pass)

SKP – Slip, Knit, Pass

SSK – Slip, Slip, Knit

 

Finishing

BO – Bind Off

BO – Bind Off
BO – Bind Off

Weave in Tails/Ends on Stockinette Stitch

Blocking Knitting – How to Block Your Work

top down socks, beginner

 

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