Intarsia knitting often leaves us with a few (or a lot) of ends to weave in. Learn the best tips for weaving in ends to achieve beautiful finished knits with a video and written tutorial.
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If you feel anxiety when it comes to knitting intarsia, you’re not alone. This tutorial should help – it’s all about how to knit better (cleaner, crisper, more even) intarsia joins.
It can be time consuming and frustrating to have to re-count rows over and over again as you knit. Here are 3 easy ways to keep track of you row or round count in knitting. (The best part: none of these involve a post-it note.)
Check out the giveaway prizes up for grabs in the Spiral Hill Sweater Vest Knit Along, and enter to win a prize package worth $225!
Check out 10 video & written tutorials to help you knit the Spiral Hill Sweater Vest, including intarsia colorwork, make 1 increases, and a German Twisted Cast On.
Learn about stitch aspect ratio in knitting, how it relates to gauge, and how understanding it can help you achieve better intarsia knitting results.
Get the Spiral Hill Sweater Vest pattern, available in the new Nightmare Before Christmas knitting book from Tanis Gray and Insight Editions, and read this post for knit along (KAL) details.
Learn where you can get your hands (and needles) on the new Intarsia Flower Pillow knitting pattern, featuring intarsia colorwork, a combination of knit and purl stitches, and seaming with mattress stitch.
Learn how to knit a right lifted increase (RLI) and left lifted increase (LLI) in knitting, and why you might want to use them instead of a make 1 right (M1R) or make 1 left (M1L), depending on what you’re knitting. Video tutorial and photo tutorial included.