Stitch Attribute: technique

The Alternating Cable Cast On

The Alternating Cable Cast On is a version of the Cable Cast On. The advantage of Cable Cast Ons is that they create a very durable edge, which is great for edges that get a lot of wear and tear, such as sweater cuffs, collars, or the bottom edge of …

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.

The Russian Bind Off

The Russian Bind Off is an efficient way of finishing your knitting fabric. Instead of passing stitches over each other, this cast off technique knits the stitches together, making it quick and easy.

The Emily Ocker Cast On

The Emily Ocker Cast On is a great way to start your knitting from the center. This can be useful when doing shawls and blankets, or hats and even toe-up socks! One of the best things about this technique is how you pull your work together with the slip knot …

The Decrease Bind Off

The Decrease Bind Off is a method of finishing. This is one of the quickest and simplest methods of binding off, and gives your knitting a handsome and firm edging with little stretch. This decorative bind off is great for pocket edges and other places you want a more stylish …

The Make One Left Increase (M1L)

The Make One Left Increase (M1L) is the complement to the Make One Right Increase (M1R). It is used to add stitches to your knitting and can be used any time a pattern calls for a Make One (M1) Increase. It is a mostly invisible increase that is clean and …

The Linked Treble Crochet Stitch (LTR)

The Linked Treble Crochet Stitch is a variation of the treble crochet stitch. It creates a much closer and tighter fabric than the traditional treble crochet. It has the same height of the traditional stitch, but it results in a much denser fabric. This makes this stitch great for projects …

The Make One Right (M1R) Increase

The Make One Right Increase (M1R) technique is used to add stitches to your knitting and can be used any time a pattern calls for a Make One (M1) Increase. It is an almost invisible increase that is clean and tight. This particular increase creates a left leaning stitch.This technique …

The Linked Double Crochet Stitch (LDC)

The Linked Double Crochet Stitch is a variation of the double crochet stitch. It creates a much closer and tighter fabric than the traditional double crochet. It has the same height of the traditional stitch, but it results in a much denser fabric. This makes this stitch great for projects …

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