Mobius Knit

mobius 1.avi


Rating: 0
An explanation of the last step in creating my Mobius hat pattern – available on blog at: thread-bear.blogspot.com and in my Etsy shop on: www.etsy.com All crochet terms used are UK, not US.

Moebius cast-on pt2 – what to do with the invisible cast-on


Rating: 3
This picks up from part 1, which was the invisible cast-on. Part 3 just shows me working in pattern for a bit. 10min is a lot shorter than it seems when dealing with something this fiddly. Keep in mind that casting on a moebius loop doubles the total number of stitches, so there’s no way of casting on an odd number. I get around this by working 2st together, either when picking up the provisional stitches in the cast-on, or when working the first round. I’m a Combined knitter, so my purls are oriented Eastern. If they look funny, that’s why. Sorry the cable of the needle is so hard to see, that was the only needle I had available for this. I prefer to use my vintage nylon needles, both because the join is smooth and because the needles flex enough to give me extra play when working the first few rounds.

Knitting Help – Joining in the round


Rating: 4
Instruction for working on circular needles and joining your work to knit in-the-round.

How to Knit a Scarf : How to Do the Basket Weave: Scarf Knitting


Rating: 4
Learn how to do the Basket Weave for knitting a scarf in this free video. Expert: Michelle Millar Bio: Michelle picked up her first pair of knitting needles under the tutelage of her grandmother over twenty years ago. Filmmaker: kirk yliniemi

Applied i-cord


Rating: 5
This video demonstrates how to knit an applied i-cord to your knitting. Using this method, you will bind off stitches and apply your i-cord at the same time.

How to Crochet an Infinity Scarf Part 2 Day 17


Rating: 4
In this video I will teach you two ways to make an infinity scarf, beginners may want to refer to part one of this video to get started.

How to Crochet – Solomon's Knot Stitch (Lover's Knot, Love Knot, Hail Stone, Salomon)


Rating: 4
Please subscribe to Naztazia’s channel! Check out these free patterns using this stitch: web.me.com and www.lionbrand.com and www.joyfulabode.com and garnstudio.com The Solomon’s Knot (a/k/a Love Knot, Lover’s Knot, Hail Stone) is a beautiful crochet stitch that creates a lacy open pattern, perfect for shawls and wraps.

Crochet Geek – Crochet Shell – Basic Stitch


Rating: 4
You may visit the link below for the written Instructions to the Crochet Shell. crochet-mania.blogspot.com

Pentafold Moebius


Rating: 4
How to make sure there are five twists in your Moebius Cast-on, so you can follow the pentafold moebius pattern.

Make Yarn from Recycled Clothing – Knitting Daily TV Episode 409


Rating: 4
In Knitting Daily episode 409, designer Mags Kandis, a contributor to the book Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet Friendly Projects by Ann Budd (Interweave, April 22, 2010), demonstrates a truly unique scarf, knit from recycled strips of silk–an eco-friendly and inexpensive project that uses up old clothing. Learn more about Knitting Green online at: www.interweavestore.com This technique works great with jeans, silk, linen, cotton T-shirts and more. Download the free pattern instructions and learn more about Knitting Daily TV at: www.knittingdaily.com

Ann Norling Short Row Scarf Pattern and Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn Reviews


Rating: 5
Laura and Jeanne from Jimmy Beans Wool review the Ann Norling Short Row Scarf Pattern and Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn. Jimmy Beans Wool is your LYS… online!

Knitting Daily TV Episode 508 Preview


Rating: 4
Visit www.knittingdailytv.com for local PBS listings, free patterns, and information on the show’s DVDs. Knitting Daily TV is hosted by Eunny Jang with guest experts Shay Pendray, original host of Needle Arts Studio, and Kristin Omdahl in the show’s Crochet Corner.

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