Monthly Archives: February 2010

Central Double Increase

A central double increase creates three stitches from one knit stitch. This beautiful stitch is often found in lace knitting. It is also an excellent choice for raglan seams in top down sweater knitting.

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Rescuing Twisted Stitches

At some point, all knitters are faced with ripping out their knitting. Sometimes your mistake is so far down that it is easier to rip back to the error and then replace the stitches back onto the needles. When we place these stitches back on the needles it is very common to twist the stitches […]

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