How to Knit Mitered Squares?


To knit mitered squares, you need to first knit a gauged swatch. Then, determine your stitches per square inch. For full, detailed instructions, go here: .
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1. Cast on an odd number of stitches, and purl one row. 2. Slip the first stitch of the next row. Knit to one stitch before the center stitch. Slip one stitch, knit the next two stitches
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The easiest way is to cast on x stitches and knit x rows. If you cast on 10 stitches and knit 10 rows (knitting every row, which is garter stitch), your piece will be very close to
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How to Knit Mitered Squares
In carpentry, corners are usually joined at 45-degree angles. Creative knitters came up with a way to emulate that mitered look in knitting with a deceptively simple pattern of decreases. Not only are mitered squares good for pretty corners, they can... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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