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You bring to your knitting who you are ancestrally and historically. It takes two minutes to decipher your natural knitting technical. There are over 20 Knitting techniques. What's yours?
Modern day knitting isn't gender specific. A $23.8B industry. knitting comes to us centuries ago, by way of sailors and fisherman. Fisherman devised "knotting," what is now knitting; and, sailors told a "yarn" or two, while knitting between ports. By the Victorian Era, women slowly metamorphosed knitting what it is now
Best method to learn, when casting on. Because, you are knitting, from the beginning.
Purl is basically knitting in reverse but not. You will see. Have fun!
Great details. Hope you enjoy.
This is the slow instructional version, of the Moss Stitch.
Just think of shuffle board, when moving stitches around to achieve the cable stitch. Reach out, if you need help. Happy to assist, what ever the stitch or knit issue is....
And, C3R (same as C3B) and C3L (same as C3F) I know, it is so confusing. -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35aDb4aeX4E&t=52s
How to Twist Three Front (T3F) and Twist Three Back (T3B)
Great advise. Great Tips for new knitters.
Stephan West is a master in the craft of knitting. Love him.
Terrific way to increase, without seeing the source of the increase. Thus, the name "Hidden Increase Stitch."
Casting off and Binding off, are interchangeable terms. Note; There are different types of binding (casting) off, to include a purl-wise and knit-wise bind-off.
How to decrease stitches (right and left leaning stitches, decreases)
For all levels (Beginners to Advance) come prepared to knit. And, bring your questions and ideas. Need help, please ask - do not hesitate....
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