Knitting Stitches?

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To do knitting stitches, you will need two knitting needles and some basic knitting knowledge. Making knitting stitches begins with casting on, which is the process of making loops and passing the needles through them in certain patterns. It would be best to visit the Knitting-crotchet website for more detailed instructions on how to do this.
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Cast on the number of stitches as required in your knitting pattern. See "How to Cast On in Knitting" (under Related eHows) for instructions. Hold the knitting needle with
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1 Keep in mind that the basic formula for stockinette is knitting all knit stitches on one side and all purl stitches on the opposite side. This article will explain the basic process
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If you just have to undo one stitch, then the easiest way to do it is to remove the stitch from the needle and pull the yarn to undo the stitch. Put your needle through the stitch
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1 The Kitchener stitch can be used to attach parallel rows of live stitches to one another . Begin with the stitches to be joined on two needles held parallel to one another with
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How to Do the Knit Stitch
The knit stitch requires putting the right needle through the first stitch on the left needle, wrapping the yarn around the right needle and then pulling the stitch off. Complete knit stitches through each of the cast on stitches with help from an... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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