How to Knit the Italian Cast On

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  1. How to Knit the Italian Cast On

    This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the italian cast on. This method of starting a project is great for 1x1 ribbing as well as brioche. It is almost invisible and has a great amount of stretch, making is perfect for cuffs on socks and sleeves as well as hats.
  2. How to Knit the Fluted Fabric Stitch

    This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit in the fluted fabric stitch. This is a woven rib pattern that creates a slightly dense fabric that is reversible. It's great for afghans and sweaters or anything that could benefit from a more structured fabric.
  3. How to Knit the Rick Rib Stitch

    This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the rick rib stitch. This lace pattern creates a series of vertical ribs, spaced out by a web of lace mesh. The effect is more like a traditional rib when used with bulkier yarn. It is a great stitch to use for afghans and scarves.
  4. How to Knit the Garter Rib Stitch

    This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the garter rib stitch. This ribbing pattern consists of alternating offset rows of garter stitch. The offset is achieved by repeating a section of only knit stitches, and following it with a section of purl stitches. This is a simple pattern and great for beginning knitters.
  5. How to Knit the Beaded Rib Stitch

    This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the beaded rib stitch. This ribbing pattern is broken up by a row of seed stitch, which gives an additional layer of texture to a traditional rib stitch. It's a great option for scarves and blankets.