Most written instructions for Kitchener Stitch are too complex to follow. No more avoiding sock projects because you don’t like Kitchener stitch! KnitFreedom’s Complete Video Guide to Seaming Your Knitting with Kitchener Stitch is your one-stop-shop for understanding and remembering how to do Kitchener stitch.
Get the free guide here: https://www.knitfreedom.com/blog/kitchener-stitch
I’ve helped hundreds of knitters already remember and understand Kitchener stitch with these videos, even those who used to be totally intimidated by the technique. They even tell me they love doing Kitchener now!
Learning Kitchener stitch is simple: You’ll click to go the guide, email the link to yourself or save it on Pinterest or Ravelry so you can have it for future reference, and then watch the in-depth videos whenever you are ready to learn and understand Kitchener stitch without fear.
When you click to go to the guide, you’ll get access to six free video tutorials showing you different aspects of Kitchener stitch.
As you refer to the guide, you’ll learn from an illustrated printable diagram plus step-by-step photos and an animated gif summing up the whole process, plus answers to 12 common questions knitters have about Kitchener stitch.
If you find our guide useful, I encourage you to email it to yourself, pin it on Pinterest, or even paste a link to it in your Ravelry project notes so that you have access to this great resource whenever you need it.
Finally, whenever you have a pattern that tells you to finish your knitting with Kitchener stitch, you can go to those saved links or just go to KnitFreedom.com and search for Kitchener stitch. You’ll have access to the only resource you’ll ever need for understanding exactly how to do and excel at Kitchener stitch.
So check out our Complete Kitchener Stitch Guide today because you deserve to always have great tutorials at your fingertips.
Published June 24, 2021 – Watch Video
This is an advanced sewn bind-off that is completely flat and invisible. It is slow but it gets faster as you get better at it.
Not only is this a fabulous way to invisibly join two pieces of knitting, this technique is used in a lot of other advanced bind-offs, making it an investment in your future knitting happiness.
I would consider it “required” for intermediate knitters.
For a step-by-step photo tutorial, downloadable cheat sheet, and lots of Kitchener stitch tips and tricks, see our post The Complete Guide to Seaming Your Knitting With Kitchener Stitch.
Published June 18, 2021 – Watch Video
How to understand this bind-off without having to learn a completely “new” technique:
- To feed the yarn through the stitch knitwise, purl. Pull the yarn through.
- To feed the yarn through the stitch purlwise, knit. Pull the yarn through.
Watch the video to see what I mean.
Thank you to Knitting I Love for providing the basics of this Kitchener without a tapestry needle tutorial.
For a step-by-step photo tutorial of Kitchener stitch, a downloadable cheat sheet, and lots of Kitchener stitch tips and tricks, see our Complete Video Guide to Seaming Your Knitting With Kitchener Stitch.
Published June 17, 2021 – Watch Video