How to work a jumper top down

Several of our jumpers are worked top-down, and this is primarily because it provides more flexibility in terms of adjusting the jumper to personal measurements or preferences. It is easier to adjust the... (Read more)

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English rib – an overview

English rib (sometimes referred to as Brioche) is a knitting technique where you occasionally use double stitches to achieve a clear and visible striped pattern in your work – similar to a rib edge.... (Read more)

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How to pick up a dropped stitch several rows down

If you drop a stitch when knitting stockinette stitch and the stitch has dropped several rows down. Do not be despair, we`ll show you how to easily pick it up again to continue knitting as before. Fig.... (Read more)

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How to pick up a knitted stitch

If you are working knit stitch from right side and have dropped a stitch! Do not despair, we`ll show you how to pick the dropped stitch up and continue knitting without it showing. Fig. 1: You have... (Read more)

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How to cast off from the wrong side

Casting off stitches from the wrong side of work while purling. When you no longer need these stitches for example when making armholes, necklines and shoulders. It`s important that the cast off edge... (Read more)

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How to cast off from the right side

Casting off stitches from the right side while knitting stockingnett stitch. For example for armholes, necklines and shoulders. It`s important that the cast off edge is not to loose or too tight. You... (Read more)

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How to decrease stitches

If you want to shape your knitwear, for example for an armhole, neckline or waistline, you can do that with a simple decrease. When decreasing at markers or next to edge stitches you work as follows from... (Read more)

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How to increase stitches at the end of a row

If you want to shape your knitwear, maybe cast on new stitches at the end of a row for example for sleeves, you work as follows: Figure 1: Work the row and keep the needle with the stitches in your... (Read more)

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How to increase stitches while making a small hole

This is how you increase one stitch by picking up the thread between 2 stitches from the previous row. There will appear a small hole under the new stitch: Figure. 1: Work to where you want to make... (Read more)

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How to work purl stitches

The opposite of the knit stitch is the purl stitch. If you alternately make 1 row knit and 1 row purl it is called stokingnette stitch or stocking stitch. This is how to work purl stitches: Figure... (Read more)

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