Learn Magic Loop

How to Knit in the Round on Basic Magic Loop

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How to Knit in the Round on Basic Magic Loop
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How to Go Faster on Magic Loop

 

Troubleshooting Magic Loop

Fixing Mistakes on Magic Loop

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Fixing Mistakes on Magic Loop
Fixing Mistakes on Magic Loop - youtube Video

Keep Your Loops of Magic Loop The Right Size

Stop Pulling The First Stitch Too Tight on Magic Loop

When You’ve Turned Your Knitting Inside-Out (Magic Loop)

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When You’ve Turned Your Knitting Inside-Out (Magic Loop)
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Accidental Round-End Yarn-Overs

Going The Wrong Way/Getting Turned Around on Magic Loop

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Going The Wrong Way/Getting Turned Around on Magic Loop
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Twisting Loops of Cable on Magic Loop

Undo Knitting Stitch by Stitch on Magic Loop

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Undo Knitting Stitch by Stitch on Magic Loop
Undo Knitting Stitch by Stitch on Magic Loop - youtube Video

 

Mastering Magic Loop

How to Switch Needles on Magic Loop

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How to Switch Needles on Magic Loop
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Purling on Magic Loop (How to Start with a Purl Stitch)

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Purling on Magic Loop (How to Start with a Purl Stitch)
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A KnitFreedom member emailed me and asked,”What if I am starting the round with a purl stitch? I keep messing up!”

Does this sound familiar? If you knit American-style (with the yarn in your right hand), it is easy to get messed up.

The key is making sure the working yarn is underneath your right needle before you begin the stitch. Otherwise you will get an extra loop.

Redistribute Stitches As Needed on Magic Loop – The “One Stitch Left” Challenge

The Traveling Loop Technique for Magic Loop

 

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