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Double Pointed Needles for Beginners
 
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Double pointed needles may seem scary at first, but learning how to knit with double pointed needles will improve your knitting game in so many ways. If you want to knit socks, mittens, sweaters, or even hats, you’ll want to master double pointed needles. In this knitting video, you’ll learn why these bad boys are necessary, how they differ from circular needles, and most importantly, how to use them! WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: 1. Why you need DPNs 2. Why DPN knitting is like taking a bus 3. Circulars vs DPNs - what's the difference? 4. How to knit with double pointed needles step-by-step VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:09 Difference between Circulars and DPNs 00:54 How do DPNs Work? 1:46 How to knit with DPNs HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS: ➜ How to Knit in the Round for Beginners: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng ➜ Top 5 DPNs Tips: https://youtu.be/LGEWafA6BuI ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Footnote for knitting nerds: Okay, there exist micro circular needles that are teeny-tiny and smaller than 16", but honestly, those things are crazy. I tried them once and my hands were cramping after fifteen minutes. I find them unpleasant, and I’d much rather work with double pointed needles for my small circle knitting needs. But if you're a daredevil, try out a pair of micro circulars and maybe you'll never need DPNs again. Who knows! Have at it! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti... Music used in this video: YoWiLLLL: https://www.youtube.com/user/YoWiLLLL/ Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Joey Pecoraro: https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro
Views: 193471 Sheep & Stitch
How to Join a New Ball of Yarn
 
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Balls of yarn aren't limitless - they run out! At some point you'll need to join a new ball of yarn to your knitting. Here are two ways to do it, including my favorite, stealth way! _________________________________________________________________ /// MATERIALS USED /// ⟡ Malabrigo Rasta yarn in color Pearl Ten https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta ⟡ 24" 10mm circular needle in rosewood https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-fixed-circular-rosewood-needles-80cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee _________________________________________________________________ * I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are Amazon affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 380962 Sheep & Stitch
Longtail Cast On for Beginners
 
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The longtail cast on is a great all-purpose cast on. It's stretchy, lays flat and looks pretty darn nice too! Because it's all-around awesome, make the longtail your default cast on. It won't fail you. But it can be a bit tricky to do at first. So, follow along and take it slow: clamp down, make a diamond shape, touch your thumb. (These terms only make sense after you watch the video!). More knitting fun at http://www.sheepandstitch.com
Views: 331559 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit - Cast Off
 
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Huzzah! You've reached Act 4 of your knitting journey! You've knit yourself something lovely, and now you need to get it off the needle. Enter the cast off! For some knitters, this is the best part of knitting because it means you're done! More knitting fun at http://www.sheepandstitch.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
Views: 21850 Sheep & Stitch
How to Fix TIGHT KNITTING
 
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When you're first starting out as a knitter, you're excited, nervous and kind of happy! Knitting is fun, after all! But sometimes the nervous side takes over and you start gripping your needles and pulling at your yarn. You're nervous your stitches will fall off, so you're being extra careful. But the problem is that your knitting is so tight you can barely get your needles into the stitches! So whaddya do? In this video, you'll learn three ways to help you get from Tight Knitter to Relaxed Knitter.
Views: 42143 Sheep & Stitch
5 Tips for Knitting with DOUBLE POINTED NEEDLES
 
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Double pointed needles are handy little beasts. In this knitting video, we’ll cover how to knit with double pointed needles for maximum ease, neatness and… safety? Yes, safety! These five knitting tips will improve your knitting game and transform you from a competent DPN knitter to a bona fide needle wrangler. VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:07 Tip 1: Tug at the Transfer 1:32 Tip 2: Protect Your Stitches 3:13 Tip 3: Bamboo or Wood is Good 3:32 Tip 4: Trap a Stitch Marker 5:19 Tip 5: Make an Invisible Join Fancy stich marker stoppers: http://amzn.to/2p9ioHu HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS: ➜ Double Pointed Needles for Beginners: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA ➜ How to Knit in the Round for Beginners: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng ➜ Switching for Circulars to DPNs: https://youtu.be/_uFD3y8Ndws SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandstitch/ Music used in this video: Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired
Views: 49579 Sheep & Stitch
How to Unwind a Hank of Yarn
 
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Sometimes you'll see yarn wound up in a twisty bundle. This is called a hank. In order to knit with a hank, you'll need to unwind it into a ball first. Learn how to do it in this video! Now, you may be wondering, why do hanks exist in the first place? Isn't a ball of yarn good enough? Why the complication? One reason is this: yarn dyers who dye by hand do so by looping yarn into a big circle and then dying that big yarn circle. Once the yarn is dyed and dried, the easiest way to package that yarn is by twisting it into a bundle - that would be a hank! Rolling the yarn into a ball or into a skein requires machinery that can be expensive and/or time-consuming whereas hanks are much easier and quicker to make. For this reason, yarn that's wound in hanks are perceived to be artisanal or high quality. Almost all hand-dyed yarn are sold in hanks. Personally, I love hanks. Sure, you need to wind them up, but the yarn looks so much prettier in a hank, like it has space to "breathe." And the yarn winding experience gives you time to "get to know" your yarn before you knit with it. But, I'm a bit romantic when it comes to yarn, so there you go! Music by Kurt Vile, "Freeway": http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kurt_Vile/Constant_Hitmaker/Freeway More patterns and tutorials: http://sheepandstitch.com
Views: 54531 Sheep & Stitch
How to Fix EXTRA STITCHES
 
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Visit http://sheepandstitch.com/ for more knitting essentials and pattern tutorials! At some point, you might look down at your knitting and think, "Whoa! Why do I have so many stitches on my needle?" You've got more stitches than you cast on! You, my friend, have accidentally added extra stitches to your work. It happens to most beginner knitters, so don't beat yourself up about it! There's one way to fix an added stitch, and it requires that you keep your eyes peeled so you can catch the little sneak before it gets embedded into your knitting. I'll show you how in the video!
Views: 134792 Sheep & Stitch
How to Seam with Kitchener Stitch
 
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When you've got two pieces of knitting on live stitches that need to be grafted together, turn to the kitchener stitch! On stockinette stitch, it creates a nice invisible join. Just remember the mantra: Front Needle: Knit Off, Purl On. Back Needle: Purl Off, Knit On.
Views: 173205 Sheep & Stitch
Easy CAST ON for Beginners
 
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You've got needles and a ball of yarn. Now you want to knit something. But how do you get the yarn onto your needles? Enter the cast on! Every knitting project starts with the cast on, so limber up your fingers for act 1 of your knitting adventure! More knitting fun at http://www.sheepandstitch.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
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How to Knit - Purl Stitch
 
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You've learned the knit stitch in Act 2. Now you're ready to meet its doppelgänger, the purl stitch! The knit and purl make up the foundation of knitting. Master these two stitches and you'll be ready for a world of cool stitch patterns! More knitting fun at http://www.sheepandstitch.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
Views: 44824 Sheep & Stitch
How to Switch to Double Pointed Needles
 
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Switching to double pointed needles is not hard at all. In this knitting video, I'll show you two ways to transfer stitches from circular needles to double pointed needles. This technique is super helpful when knitting hats and mittens. The first transfer method is the easy and long way. The second is the hard and short way (it's not actually hard, just harder relative to the first method). Both methods will show you how to transfer your stitches to double pointed needles in no time at all. VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:01 Intro 00:31 Easy and Long Transfer Method 3:09 Hard and Short Transfer Method HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS: ➜ Waffle Stitch Hat Pattern Tutorial: https://youtu.be/xFpVn_X47sQ ➜ Double Pointed Needles for Beginners: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA ➜ Top 5 Tips for DPNs: https://youtu.be/LGEWafA6BuI SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti...
Views: 10221 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit a Scarf for Beginners Step By Step
 
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Learn how to knit a scarf for beginners in this step-by-step video tutorial! This course is designed for complete newbies and beginners, so if you've never held yarn or needles before, then this is course for you! We'll go over each step of the knitting process (don't worry, there are only 3 steps!) so that you can knit a comfy scarf with any yarn and needles. _________________________________________________________________ /// WHAT YOU'LL LEARN /// 1. Cast On - involves getting the yarn onto your needles 2. Knit Stitch - the bread and butter of knitting. Get this stitch down and you can officially call yourself a knitter! 3. Cast Off - how do you get your scarf off your needles when it's long enough? With the cast off! BONUS TIPS: * How to choose yarn and needles * How to get a neat edge using a slipped selvedge * How to hold your needles (once you're comfortable knitting) * How to weave in your tail ends so that your scarf is neat and secure _________________________________________________________________ /// MATERIALS /// ⟡ around 350 grams of super bulky yarn. These are similar yarns: ⟡ Lana Grossa Ragazza Lei: https://www.loveknitting.com/lana-grossa-ragazza-lei?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Wool and the Gang Crazy Sexy Wool: https://www.loveknitting.com/wool-and-the-gang-crazy-sexy-wool?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Malabrigo Rasta: https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡10mm (US 15) knitting needles (plastic): https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-single-point-plastic-needles-30cm-1-pair?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 10mm (US 15) knitting needles (rosewood): https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-single-point-rosewood-needles-35cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee _________________________________________________________________ /// HOW I KNIT MY SCARF /// The scarf in the video is knit with around 350 grams of bulky weight yarn. I casted on 22 stitches and used a US 15/10mm bamboo needle to knit the scarf. The scarf ended up being 9.25" wide and 65" long. _________________________________________________________________ /// VIDEO CHAPTERS /// 0:32 Choosing Yarn and Needles 2:16 Cast On 7:33 Knit Stitch 13:46 Next Row and Pep Talk 16:01 How to Hold Your Needles 18:31 Slipped Selvedge 19:34 Cast Off 24:29 Weaving in Ends _________________________________________________________________ /// HELPFUL VIDEOS FOR BEGINNERS /// ➜ How to Join a New Ball of Yarn: https://youtu.be/I_cHO6R_MBc ➜ How to Fix Dropped Stitches: https://youtu.be/FcKrw4LcWgw ➜ How to Fix Extra Stitches: https://youtu.be/1oP6EyCT93g _________________________________________________________________ SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! This video course is brought to you by Sheep & Stitch! Visit us online and say hello! (or bonjour, hei, kon'nichiwa or hola! We love our international viewers!) Website: http://sheepandstitch.com Shop: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti... _________________________________________________________________ Music used in the video: "Swimming" by Poddington Bear "Summertime" by YoWiLLLL * I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are Amazon affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 2143796 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit a STRETCHY CAST ON (aka. German Twist Cast On)
 
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A stretchy cast on is a useful knitting skill. If you're looking for more stretch in the brim of hats, tops of socks or cuffs of mittens, then this stretchy cast on is the knitting tip for you. If you know how to longtail cast on, this stretchy cast on will be fairly simple to master. Keep in mind though that this stretchy cast on looks a bit different than the longtail cast on. It has a slight purled ridge, which gives it a subtly different look. Enjoy! USEFUL VIDEOS: ➜ How to Longtail Cast On: https://youtu.be/SXA3gBNiSiM ➜ Knit a Slouchy Beanie Step-by-Step Tutorial: https://youtu.be/xFpVn_X47sQ ➜ All About Knitting Gauge: https://youtu.be/M-lvbzhq3fo SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandstitch/
Views: 18016 Sheep & Stitch
How to UNRAVEL KNITTING the RIGHT WAY
 
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Frogging knitting, which is jargon for unravelling your knitting, is a frustrating but necessary rite of passage for every knitter. Knitting mistakes are bound to happen, and sometimes the only way forward is to unravel the knitting and start again. It can be painful to watch all those beautiful stitches disappear with a simple tug. But once you’ve ripped back your knitting, a trickier situation arises: now that your stitches are loose, how will you put them back on the needle? Just jam them back on, willy-nilly? Absolutely not! There’s a right way and a wrong way to unravel your knitting. In this video, we’ll go over three ways to frog knitting. ** DID YOU KNOW? ** Knitters call unravelling “frogging” because it’s descriptive of what happens to your kitting: “rip it, rip it, rip it,” which sounds an awful lot like the sound that a frog makes: “ribbit, ribbit, ribbit.” Get it? Not the wittiest pun, but it’s stuck, and is now part of modern knitting vernacular. _________________________________________________________________ VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:23 A Quick Word about Twisted Stitches 02:23 Method 1: Unravelling a Few Stitches 04:17 Method 2: An Unsafe & Time-Consuming Way to Unravel 09:25 Method 3: The Safest Way to Unravel Knitting 12:55 Thanks for watching! HELPFUL VIDEOS: ➜ Untwist a Twisted Stitch: https://youtu.be/d6MIfcxTIv8 ➜ Understand Knitting Gauge: https://youtu.be/M-lvbzhq3fo ➜ Fixing Dropped Stitches: https://youtu.be/FcKrw4LcWgw SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch
Views: 26855 Sheep & Stitch
How to Untwist a TWISTED STITCH
 
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Do you know how to untwist a twisted stitch? Do you know what a twisted stitch looks like? In this tutorial, you'll learn how to recognise a twisted stitch and you'll learn three ways to untwist them. One is very tactile; one is my preferred method, and the last is strictly for knitting ninjas! You'll also see a comparison of twisted vs untwisted knit stitches. By the end of this video, you'll be an expert in twisted stitches, and you'll know the difference between a stitch's "right leg" and "left leg". (Yes, a stitch has legs!). And you'll know which one needs to be in front in order for your stitch to be untwisted. LEARN HOW TO KNIT in 4 easy steps: http://sheepandstitch.com/learn/how-t... SAY HI ON THE INTERWEBS! FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/sheepandstitch WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com
Views: 14419 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit - Knit Stitch
 
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You've learned how to put stitches on the needle with the cast on. Now in Act 2, it's time to knit them up. We'll do that with the most fundamental stitch (and namesake of this craft), the knit stitch! Master the knit stitch and you can officially call yourself a capital-K Knitter! More knitting fun at http://www.sheepandstitch.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
Views: 41982 Sheep & Stitch
STOCKINETTE STITCH for Beginners
 
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Visit http://sheepandstitch.com/ for more knitting essentials and pattern tutorials! You've probably seen stockinette stitch all over the place on sweaters, hats and mittens. It's the most popular knitting stitch, and it's also great for beginners! In this tutorial, you'll learn how to knit stockinette stitch two ways: on flat needles and on circular needles. This will be fun! Sheep & Stitch: http://sheepandstitch.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
Views: 15551 Sheep & Stitch
KNITTING GAUGE for Total Beginners (and Troubleshooting Gauge)
 
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Knitting gauge is one of the most important knitting concepts to understand. It's the difference between garments that fit and garments that are disastrously too small or too large. Someone who understands knitting gauge has a world of well-fitting sweaters, mittens, socks and more at their fingertips! In this video, we'll go over what gauge is, why it's important, and how to get it so that you can start knitting things that fit! As a wise yarn wrangler once said, "If you want to knit something that fits, then you got to get gauge." VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:14 Introduction 01:24 What’s Knitting Gauge Anyway? 03:46 Knitting Gauge in the Real World 05:47 How to Knit a Gauge Swatch 10:05 Should You Block Your Gauge Swatch? 12:30 How to Block a Gauge Swatch 14:07 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Stitch Count Edition 16:33 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Row Count Edition 19:48 Troubleshooting Gauge 20:20 Your Gauge Has Too Few Stitches or Rows 25:36 Your Gauge Has Too Many Stitches or Rows 30:19 Thanks for watching. Buh-bye! HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS: ➜ Knitting in the Round for Beginners: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng ➜ Doubled Pointed Needles for Beginners: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch Music Used in this Video: Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Joey Pecoraro: https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro YoWiLLLL: https://www.youtube.com/user/YoWiLLLL
Views: 26827 Sheep & Stitch
Knitting in the Round for Beginners
 
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Learn knitting in the round using circular needles! Scarves are nice, but at some point you’ll want to knit hats, mittens, socks and even sweaters! What do these things have in common? They’re all 3D and tube-shaped. In order to knit things in 3D, you’ll need to knit in the round. There are a number of ways to knit in the round, but the easiest involves knitting on circular needles. Circular needles are similar to flat needles, except that the two needles are joined together by a flexible cable that allows your stitches to curve into a round shape. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: In this video, you’ll learn how to VIDEO CHAPTERS: Intro: Flat knitting vs Knitting in the round 1:11 Don’t Get it Twisted 3:18 Joining in the Round 5:56 Why Can’t I Get it Twisted? 7:28 What Needle Length to Use? KNITTING IN THE ROUND TIPS: 1. DON’T GET IT TWISTED! Make sure your stitches are untwisted before joining in the round or else you’ll end up with a big ole twist in your work. 2. STITCH MARKERS: stitch markers mark the beginning and end of your round. Stitch markers can be anything round and ring-like, like a rubber band or a ring that you wear on your finger. Of course, you can also purchase stitch markers like the Clover split-ring stitch markers that I use in the video: http://amzn.to/1R9tVgB 3. MINIMISE THE GAP: After joining in the round, pull tight on your first stitch so that no gap forms where you join your work together. 4. NEEDLE LENGTHS: Choose a needle length that’s smaller than the finished size of whatever it is that you’re knitting. For example, if the finished measurements of your hat is 19 inches, use a 16 inch needle). Needles shown in the video*: - Knitter’s Pride 16” 7mm bamboo circular needle: http://amzn.to/1LkzrQK - Chico Goo 24” 10mm bamboo circular needle: http://amzn.to/1LkzzzP - Clover 36” 6mm bamboo circular needle: http://amzn.to/1R9uPd3 * The links above are Amazon affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve purchased all of these items on my own. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! This video course is brought to you by Sheep & Stitch! Visit us online and say hello! (or bonjour, kon'nichiwa or hola! We love our international viewers!) WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti... Music used in the video: "Summertime" by YoWiLLLL
Views: 539117 Sheep & Stitch
How to Block a Sweater That Fits
 
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This video is an excerpt from the Everyday Raglan pattern tutorial. Check it out at Sheep & Stitch: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop/the-everyday-raglan-pattern/ PROMO CODE! Get 10% off your purchase of the Everyday Raglan pattern by entering promo code YTRAGLAN at checkout until December 31, 2015. Woot! You've knit a sweater. Congratulations! Give yourself a big pat on the back and dance wildly to guilty-pleasure music because this is a BIG DEAL. Feel great? Alright! Now that you've cast off your sweater, you need to block your sweater to shape. This involves: 1. Dunking it in lukewarm water 2. Letting it soak so that all the fibers are submerged 3. Gently pushing out the water (don't wring it or it may felt!) 4. Laying your sweater flat to dry 5. Arranging your sweater so that it matches your pattern's finished measurements (or the finished measurements that you want) 6. Wear your sweater and accept compliments with glee
Views: 27944 Sheep & Stitch
How to Make a PERFECT POM POM Every Time
 
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Today I’ll show you how to make a pom pom without a pom pom maker! Pom poms add cheer and whimsy to every project. They make great accessories, and they’re the cherry on top of a knitted hat. They also make great stress balls! Thankfully, making a pom pom is not hard. If you can use a pair of scissors, then you can make a pom pom! All you’ll need are a pair of sharp scissors, cardboard (an old tissue or cereal box works great), yarn, and a can or a jar to help you trace a circle. That’s it. No commercial pom pom maker necessary! The secret to make the perfect pom pom is to use lots of yarns when wrapping your donut, make sure your scissors are super sharp, and finally, to use your donuts as a tracer to help you cut a perfectly round shape. So, good luck and happy pom pom-ing! __________________________ /// MATERIALS /// ⟡ Malabrigo Silky Merino Yarn (Loveknitting) = https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-silky-merino?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Similar sharp scissors (Amazon) = https://amzn.to/2D8oR1A ⟡ Similar super expensive scissors (Amazon) = https://amzn.to/2QHiLYP __________________________ /// WEBSITE /// Visit http://sheepandstitch.com for more knitting tutorials, patterns, and fun! __________________________ /// RELATED VIDEOS /// ➜ How to Knit a Big Hat: https://youtu.be/23gmF0WFXdI ➜ How to Knit an Infinity Scarf: https://youtu.be/iw42NDGBGY4 ➜ Knit the Baby Pom Scarf: https://youtu.be/cIsRWNVbPkA __________________________ /// SUBSCRIBE /// Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch __________________________ /// VIDEO GEAR /// * Check out my shooting gear on Kit: https://kit.com/SheepandStitch Disclosure: this description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I’ll receive a very small commission at no cost to you. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make free videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Views: 9585 Sheep & Stitch
M1R and M1L Knitting Increase
 
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The M1R knitting increase is really similar to the M1L increase. In fact, they're two sides of the same coin! Both the M1R and M1L are techniques that will increase your knitting by one stitch. The only difference is the direction of the increase. The M1R increase slants to the right, while the M1L slants to the left. Sometimes a knitting pattern will simply ask you to "M1" (aka. "make one"). In these situations, you can knit an M1R or an M1L. It's totally up to you. While working an M1R or M1L, you might wonder why you need to slip the strand of yarn from one needle to another. It seems complicated, right? The purpose of picking from the back or front and slipping to and fro is to ensure that the strand of yarn is TWISTED. This ensures that the increased stitch does not have a big hole in it. That extra twist keeps the stitch tight. So, when you knit into your twisted stitch, you should feel a bit of resistance. If the picked-up stitch is loose, then you know that you haven't twisted the stitch properly. __________________________ /// VIDEO CHAPTERS /// 00:47 M1R method 1 2:08 M1R method 2 2:34 M1L method 1 3:34 M1L method 2 __________________________ /// WEBSITE /// Visit http://sheepandstitch.com for more knitting tutorials, patterns, and fun! __________________________ /// SUBSCRIBE /// Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch __________________________ /// VIDEO GEAR /// * Check out my shooting gear on Kit: https://kit.com/SheepandStitch
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Knit GARTER STITCH Two Ways
 
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Visit http://sheepandstitch.com/ for more knitting essentials and pattern tutorials! If you know how to knit, you can knit garter stitch! On two needles it involves knitting all your stitches and all your rows. That's it! Easy, huh? On circular needles, add in a purl row for a 2 row repeat: knit 1 row and purl 1 row. Then, repeat these two rows. Watch the video for a full demo. Sheep & Stitch: http://sheepandstitch.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheepandstitch
Views: 13603 Sheep & Stitch
How to Seam with Mattress Stitch
 
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When you need to seam together your knit stitches, turn to the mattress stitch. It's an easy, intuitive way to seam up your work, leaving a nearly invisible seam. The mattress stitch is one of the handiest knitting techniques to have in your arsenal. Learn it once and you'll come back to it again and again. All you need is a tapestry needle and some time to watch this video!
Views: 10280 Sheep & Stitch
How to Fix a DROPPED STITCH
 
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Visit http://sheepandstitch.com/ for more knitting essentials and pattern tutorials! At some point you will drop a stitch. It's an unfortunate fact of life as certain as death and taxes. You'll recognise a dropped stitch by a long tear in your fabric and a wayward stitch at the bottom. When this happens, don't panic! As frightening as a dropped stitch looks, it's nothing to fret about. On stockinette and garter stitch it takes less than a minute to fix, and when you're done no one will be any the wiser! Learn 2 ways to pick up dropped stitches in this video.
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How to Seam Purl Stitches Together
 
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This knitting technique comes in handy when you need to seam garter stitch or reverse stockinette stitch. This knitting tutorial is a teensy bit longer because it goes through the anatomy of purl stitches so you understand why we seam purl stitches the way we do.
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How to Knit a Seed Stitch Cowl or Scarf with Any Yarn
 
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Learn how to knit a cowl or scarf in seed stitch using any yarn. Seed stitch is made entirely of knits and purls, which makes it a great stitch for beginners! Do you have the skills to knit seed stitch? Read on! WHO SHOULD KNIT SEED STITCH? If you're comfortable with the knit, purl, cast on and cast off, then you're ready to knit seed stitch. If you need help with any of these techniques, check out: - How to Knit: http://bit.ly/1MDYVXS - Longtail Cast On: http://bit.ly/1PqmFBb IMPORTANT NOTE ON VIDEO SEQUENCE: If you'd like to cast on for your cowl or scarf right away then watch 16:06 "How to Customise Your Yarn" first. Then go back and watch 1:36 "Seed Stitch on Flat Needles" and 8:34 "Seed Stitch in the Round" to figure out how to knit seed stitch for your scarf or cowl. Thanks to user Kristina Hankyle for pointing out the potentially weird sequence of this video. To see this video laid out in writing, head to the Sheep & Stitch Blog: sheepandstitch.com/seed-stitch-scarf-and-cowl-pattern-customised-for-any-yarn VIDEO CHAPTERS: 1:36 Seed stitch on flat needles - Row 1: 2:37 and Row 2: 3:50 5:00 Seed stitch hack: knit without memorising rows 8:34 Seed stitch in the round - Round 1: 13:12 Round 2: 14:18 16:06 How to customise for your yarn 10:38 Join in the round without a gap 22:08 Cast off in pattern 24:32 Wet block your scarf or cowl to make it bigger, smaller, taller or wider YARN + NEEDLES I USED: -Yarn: Martta the Merino yarn in color Sunset -Needles: 24" circular needle in size US 15/10mm to knit the cowl. Clover sells a pair for less than $9 on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WYZV8U/r... ------ SEED STITCH ON FLAT NEEDLES (for knitting a scarf, for example): Cast on an EVEN number of stitches Row1 : * K1, P1; repeat from * to end of row Row 2: *P1, K1; repeat from * to end of row Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until scarf is the length you like. SEED STITCH IN THE ROUND (for knitting a cowl, for example) Cast on an ODD number of stitches and join in the round, making sure not to twist the stitches. Round 1: *K1, P1; repeat from * to last stitch, K1 Round 2: *P1, K1; repeat from * to last stitch, P1 Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until cowl is the length you like ------ SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! ** WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com ** SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop ** FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch ** INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti... Music used in the video: "Swimming" by Poddington Bear "Summertime" by YoWiLLLL
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How to Knit a Big Hat - Part 1
 
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DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vjjp4zqud0mv0rc/big-hat-patternV1.pdf?dl=0 _______________________ WATCH PART 2 HERE: http://youtu.be/bub_BsLNOg0 _______________________ /// MATERIALS /// ⟡ 16″ US 15/10mm circular needle: https://www.loveknitting.com/hiyahiya-bamboo-circular-needles-16-40cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ US 15/10mm double pointed needles: https://www.loveknitting.com/hiya-hiya-bamboo-double-points-6-15cm-double-pointed-needle-15cm-6-set-of-5?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 1 skein Cascade Yarn Magnum in color Ruby: https://www.loveknitting.com/cascade-magnum?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 1 skein Malabrigo Rasta in color Indiencita (colourful second option) https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Set of 3 tapestry needles: https://www.loveknitting.com/set-of-3-clover-tapestry-needles-with-case?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Large stitch markers: https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-flat-ring-stitch-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Retractable tape measure: https://www.loveknitting.com/hemline-spring-loaded-tape-measure?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ J.A. Henckels household scissors (http://amzn.to/1mfqo8h) Visit the project page for the Big Hat for more info: http://sheepandstitch.com/learn/how-to-knit-a-big-hat/ _______________________ /// SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! /// WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandstitch/ Disclosure: I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve purchased all of these items on my own. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 474138 Sheep & Stitch
Alternating Cable Cast On for Perfect Ribbing
 
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The alternating cable cast on is a beautiful invisible cast on that looks great with ribbing. The edges of the cast on elegantly merge right into the knits and purls, giving the illusion of no cast on at all. The alternating cable cast on is also quite stretchy, making it nicely suited for ribbing. In fact, I sometimes refer to it as my “ribbing cast on”! While this cast on is more advanced than a long tail cast on, it’s a great technique to use for hats, mittens, socks and sweaters, where ribbing abounds. Try out the technique and take it slow. Rewatch parts of the video if you need. It’s really a fantastic cast on to have in your back pocket! __________________________ /// VIDEO CHAPTERS /// Intro to Alternating Cable Cast On: 00:01 Comparison with Long tail Cast On: 00:34 Cast On Demo: 00:45 Knitting the 1x1 Rib: 6:36 Knitting the 2x2 Rib: 7:44 Knitting in the Round: 13:07 A Chat with You: 13:17 __________________________ /// RECOMMENDED VIDEO/// ➜ Rib Knitting for Beginners (1x1 and 2x2): https://youtu.be/dCJj3pW2nRY __________________________ /// WEBSITE /// Visit http://sheepandstitch.com for more knitting tutorials, patterns, and fun! __________________________ /// SUBSCRIBE /// Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch __________________________ /// VIDEO GEAR /// * Check out my shooting gear on Kit: https://kit.com/SheepandStitch
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How to Knit a Cushy Cowl for Beginners
 
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FREE COWL KNITTING PATTERN: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4zc7i6c7h4nn2wq/cushy-cowl-patternV1.pdf?dl=0 The Cushy Cowl is a great beginner knitting pattern. Made in garter stitch with super bulky yarn, it knits up quick (instant gratification!) and produces a thick springy fabric that'll keep you warm and toasty. _____________________________ /// MATERIALS /// To help you gather your materials quickly, I’ve put together a list of materials that were used in the video. In instances where I couldn’t find the original product, I’ve listed a similar product that I’ve used and liked.* ⟡ 32″ US 17/12mm circular needle (similar): https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-fixed-circular-plastic-needles-80cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Malabrigo Rasta Super Bulky Yarn in color Pearl Ten: https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Split-ring stitch markers: https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-flat-ring-stitch-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Retractable tape measure: https://www.loveknitting.com/hemline-spring-loaded-tape-measure?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Sharp scissors (similar): https://www.loveknitting.com/clover-bordeaux-ultimate-scissors-170?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee _____________________________ SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! This video course is brought to you by Sheep & Stitch! Visit us online and say hello! (or bonjour, hei, kon'nichiwa or hola! We love our international viewers!) WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandsti... Disclosure: I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are Amazon affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve purchased all of these items on my own. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 267431 Sheep & Stitch
Rib Knitting for Beginners: 1x1 and 2x2 Rib
 
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Rib knitting is perfect for projects that need stretch. Think: the brim of a hat; sleeve, sock and mitten cuffs; and even the collars around sweaters. When you need stretch, look to rib knitting! In this video I'll walk you through the two most popular rib stitches: the 1x1 rib and the 2x2 rib. Both these rib stitches use knits and purls to make a very stretchy rib. Both are also perfect for beginners who are just getting used to knitting and purling. Master rib knitting, and you'll have a really useful knitting technique for all your future projects. __________________________ /// RECOMMENDED VIDEO/// ➜ ALTERNATING CABLE CAST ON for RIBBING: https://youtu.be/QDtcabyPQaI __________________________ /// VIDEO CHAPTERS /// 1x1 Intro: 0:07 2x2 Intro: 0:27 1x1 Demo: 0:50 2x2 Demo: 3:38 Ribbing in the Round: 5:49 Quick & Dirty Summary: 6:34 __________________________ /// WEBSITE /// Visit http://sheepandstitch.com for more knitting tutorials, patterns, and fun! __________________________ /// SUBSCRIBE /// Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch __________________________ /// VIDEO GEAR /// * Check out my shooting gear on Kit: https://kit.com/SheepandStitch
Views: 1919 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit a Big Hat - Part 2
 
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DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vjjp4zqud0mv0rc/big-hat-patternV1.pdf?dl=0 ___________________________ WATCH PART 1: http://youtu.be/23gmF0WFXdI ___________________________ /// WHO SHOULD KNIT THE BIG HAT? /// The Big Hat is great for ambitious beginners looking to increase their knitting skills. To successfully knit a Big Hat, you should be familiar with casting on, knitting the knit stitch, and casting off. We'll cover the rest of the skills, like knitting in the round, knitting with DPNs (double pointed needles), decreasing and making a pom pom in this video and Part 2. ___________________________ /// MATERIALS /// To help you gather your materials quickly, I’ve put together a list of materials that were used in the video. * ⟡ 16″ US 15/10mm circular needle: https://www.loveknitting.com/hiyahiya-bamboo-circular-needles-16-40cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ US 15/10mm double pointed needles: https://www.loveknitting.com/hiya-hiya-bamboo-double-points-6-15cm-double-pointed-needle-15cm-6-set-of-5?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 1 skein Cascade Yarn Magnum in color Ruby: https://www.loveknitting.com/cascade-magnum?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 1 skein Malabrigo Rasta in color Indiencita (colourful second option) https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Set of 3 tapestry needles: https://www.loveknitting.com/set-of-3-clover-tapestry-needles-with-case?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Large stitch markers: https://www.loveknitting.com/pony-flat-ring-stitch-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Retractable tape measure: https://www.loveknitting.com/hemline-spring-loaded-tape-measure?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ J.A. Henckels household scissors (http://amzn.to/1mfqo8h) Visit the project page for the Big Hat for more info: http://sheepandstitch.com/learn/how-to-knit-a-big-hat/ ___________________________ /// SAY HELLO ON THE INTERWEBS! /// This video course is brought to you by Sheep & Stitch! Visit us online and say hello! (or bonjour, hei, kon'nichiwa or hola! We love our international viewers!) WEBSITE: http://sheepandstitch.com SHOP: http://sheepandstitch.com/shop FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sheepandstitch INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sheepandstitch/ Disclosure: I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve purchased all of these items on my own. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 145724 Sheep & Stitch
INFINITY SCARF Pattern for BEGINNERS (step-by-step tutorial)
 
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This infinity scarf pattern is perfect for beginners. It’s made up entirely of knits and purls. With just these two stitches, you can knit up a stretchy, texture-rich infinity scarf! Best of all, it's knit up in super bulky weight yarn, making it a quick knit (just in time for the holidays!) Grab the free infinity scarf pattern at the link below. Print it out and follow along! ►►► DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN HERE: https://bit.ly/2Ah0hqo __________________________ /// MATERIALS /// ⟡ 4 skeins of Lana Grossa Ragazza Lei in color 31: https://www.loveknitting.com/lana-grossa-ragazza-lei?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 10mm bamboo needles: https://amzn.to/2DEkrOj ⟡ tapestry needle: https://www.loveknitting.com/set-of-3-clover-tapestry-needles-with-case?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ split-ring stitch markers (optional): https://www.loveknitting.com/clover-split-ring-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee OTHER RECOMMENDED SUPER BULKY YARNS: ⟡ Malabrigo Rasta (gorgeous hand-painted yarn): https://www.loveknitting.com/malabrigo-rasta?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Wool & the Gang Crazy Sexy Wool: https://www.loveknitting.com/wool-and-the-gang-crazy-sexy-wool?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Lion Brand Hometown USA (an acrylic option): https://www.loveknitting.com/lion-brand-hometown-usa?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee __________________________ /// VIDEO CHAPTERS /// Intro: 00:01 Materials: 00:31 Cast On: 1:02 Row 1: 2:18 Row 2: 4:29 Why You Need to Slip Stitches: 6:42 Tips for Keeping Row 1 & 2 Straight: 7:02 Measure Your Scarf: 8:02 Cast Off: 8:40 Weave in Ends: 11:47 Choose the “Right” Side: 14:28 Seaming: 15:09 Try On Your Scarf: 23:51 Blocking: 24:08 Outro: 27:05 __________________________ /// HELPFUL VIDEOS /// ➜ Longtail Cast On: https://youtu.be/SXA3gBNiSiM ➜ How to Join a New Ball of Yarn: https://youtu.be/I_cHO6R_MBc ➜ Seaming with Mattress Stitch (alternative to backstitch): https://youtu.be/vOU2zhwWFfQ ➜ How to Knit a Scarf for Beginners: https://youtu.be/24lR2IRS57A __________________________ /// WEBSITE /// Visit http://sheepandstitch.com for more knitting tutorials, patterns, and fun! __________________________ /// SUBSCRIBE /// Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch __________________________ THE SHOOTING GEAR I USE FOR VIDEOS: https://kit.com/SheepandStitch/knitting-tutorials-kit __________________________ MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO: YoWiLLLL: https://www.youtube.com/user/YoWiLLLL Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Joey Pecoraro: https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro PrimaBeats: https://soundcloud.com/primabeats __________________________ Affiliate disclosure: this description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I’ll receive a small commission at no cost to you. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make free videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Views: 18525 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit the Baby Pom Scarf
 
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This free beginner scarf pattern knits up quickly in an easy two-row pattern that’s a cinch to memorise. This flexible pattern works for toddlers, preschoolers, tweens, teens and even young-at-heart adults! The pattern is designed for bulky weight yarn for a quick, weekend knit. ►►► DOWNLOAD THE KNITTING PATTERN HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ovgdb6qdd7xn0gz/baby-pom-scarf-patternV1.pdf?dl=0 Don't know how to knit? No problem! Learn how to knit in four easy steps: KNIT: https://youtu.be/Zhrl7cQvwjc PURL: https://youtu.be/N_y-4iAk9js CAST ON: https://youtu.be/9bufF8e24JY CAST OFF: https://youtu.be/AU7_pTyhXbA SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch
Views: 94590 Sheep & Stitch
Geek Out Knitting: Why is the Longtail Held Up Front?
 
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When you're doing the longtail cast on, why is the longtail held in front and not in the back? Everyone tells you to hold it in front, but is there a practical reason behind it? Let's geek out and talk about the longtail cast on! Link to TECHknitting and more knitting nerdery: http://techknitting.blogspot.ca/2006/11/how-best-to-cast-on-long-tail-method.html
Views: 4013 Sheep & Stitch
How to Knit an Easy Braided Headband
 
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Grab the one-page knitting pattern here: http://sheepandstitch.com/stashbust-and-knit-the-braided-headband Learn how to knit a braided headband with your leftover yarn. You read that right! Knit a new headband *and* recycle old yarn in one go! Now, that's what I call a win-win! In this knitting tutorial, you’ll learn how to knit an i-cord, how to braid it up and how to attach it neatly to your elastic to make a simple, chic headband - perfect for those days when want your hair out of your face - which, let’s be frank, is pretty much every day! Why knit this yourself? Well, when you wear this out and someone motions to your head and asks, “Where’d you get that?” you can reply nonchalantly, “This old thing? I made it myself!” and watch as they gawk in wonder and disbelief. You, my friend, are the new Martha Stewart! (Or, well, that would be Goop, but you know what I mean!). Domestic goddess, get your knit on!
Views: 20342 Sheep & Stitch
Knit a SLOUCHY HAT Full Tutorial (and FREE PATTERN)
 
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This free beanie knitting pattern is made up entirely of knits and purls, making it perfect for beginners and a quick knit for old hands. Some knitting pattern for hats can be difficult and filled with jargon, but in this knitting video, we’ll go through the entire hat knitting pattern step-by-step. Just print out the pattern below, gather your materials, and follow along! This knitting pattern includes a Small and Large size. ►►► DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0oyiz8evoamwd9v/worsted-waffle-stitch-hat-patternV1.pdf?dl=0 _________________________________________________________________ WHO SHOULD KNIT THIS HAT? You'll need to be familiar with 5 knitting techniques in order to knit this pattern comfortably: 1. Knit Stitch: https://youtu.be/Zhrl7cQvwjc 2. Purl Stitch: https://youtu.be/N_y-4iAk9js 3. Knitting in the Round: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng 4. Knitting with DPNs: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA 5. Longtail Cast On: https://youtu.be/SXA3gBNiSiM _________________________________________________________________ MATERIALS: ⟡ 1 skein of Berroco Ultra Alpaca: https://www.loveknitting.com/berroco-ultra-alpaca?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 16” circular needle US 6 (4mm) https://www.loveknitting.com/hiyahiya-bamboo-circular-needles-16-40cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 16” circular needle US 7 (4.5mm) https://www.loveknitting.com/hiyahiya-bamboo-circular-needles-16-40cm?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 4 double pointed needles US 7 (4.5mm) https://www.loveknitting.com/hiya-hiya-bamboo-double-points-8-20cm-double-pointed-needle-20cm-8-set-of-5?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 1 stitch marker https://www.loveknitting.com/clover-split-ring-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ 5 extra stitch markers (optional) https://www.loveknitting.com/clover-split-ring-markers?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Ruler or tape measure https://www.loveknitting.com/hemline-spring-loaded-tape-measure?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Tapestry Needle https://www.loveknitting.com/set-of-3-clover-tapestry-needles-with-case?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=22ca8fee ⟡ Scissors http://amzn.to/2CLKSO7 _________________________________________________________________ VIDEO CHAPTERS: 00:09 Intro 01:09 Who Should Knit This Hat? 02:10 Material List 05:44 Choosing a Size 07:07 Mark Up Your Pattern Size 09:12 Stretchy Cast On 15:51 2x2 Rib 21:06 Increase Round 29:09 Increase Round Ending Small 30:42 Increase Round Ending Large 32:30 Textured Rib Round 1 34:29 Textured Rib Round 2 35:59 Tips for Textured Rib 37:34 Textured Rib is Complete 39:03 Decrease Round 1 43:17 Decrease Round 2 43:49 Decrease Round 3 48:08 Switching to DPNs 49:43 Round 12 and Round 14 50:18 Round 15 and Round 16 51:23 Getting it Off the Needles 54:25 Weaving in Ends 57:13 Blocking for a Perfect Fit 1:01:09 Your Brand New Hat! _________________________________________________________________ HELPFUL VIDEOS: ➜ Knitting in the Round for Beginners: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng ➜ Double Pointed Needles for Beginners: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA ➜ How to Knit a Big Hat: https://youtu.be/23gmF0WFXdI ➜ How to Switch to DPNS: https://youtu.be/_uFD3y8Ndws ➜ All About Knitting Gauge: https://youtu.be/M-lvbzhq3fo _________________________________________________________________ SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sheepandstitch MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO: YoWiLLLL: https://www.youtube.com/user/YoWiLLLL Lakey Inspired: https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Spike Vibes: https://www.youtube.com/spikesvibes Chuki: http://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic Joey Pecoraro: https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro Kevin MacLeod, license CC by 3.0: http://incompetech.com/wordpress/ * I want to be transparent that the links in the materials list are Amazon affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through the links. I’ve had success using them, which is why I recommend them. However, only buy what you need! Many knitters have used other materials, and their results are just as lovely. The materials list is just a suggestion based on what I have used.
Views: 45208 Sheep & Stitch

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