The Keyhole Button Hole

The keyhole button hole is a technique to create a small button hole in your fabric. It's quick and easy to knit and is perfect for placing a button hole between ribbing.

How to Knit Backwards

Knitting backwards is knitting from the left to right (right to left for left handers) and can be substituted for a purl row in stockinette, allowing you to never turn your work.

Color Seeded Pattern Stitch

The color seeded pattern is a mosaic colorwork stitch. It creates a fabric composed of vertical slipped stitch columns on top of a background of multicolored seed stitch.

The Mosaic Stitch

The mosaic stitch is a simple knit and purl pattern that creates textured columns of stitches. It's an easy beginner knitting stitch pattern.

The One Row Button Hole

The one row button hole technique creates a durable and firm knitted button hole that will stand up to a lot of abuse. It has a nice finished edge but it a little more complicated than other types of button holes. Another advantage of this technique is it will not …

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