Knitting Stitches

Knitted Cast-On

Knitted Cast-On

This technique is often used during the middle of a project, to add new stitches at the beginning of a row. It’s a simple technique, but make sure to pay attention to the direction that the loop you create goes on to your Left needle

Binding Off in Knitting

Happy Sunday everyone! Here’s a new video for you all to show you that most essential knitting technique, binding off your project! You’re all finished and ready to get that project off the needles and onto yourself! Watch this short video for help with learning how to bind off.

xo

Nutmeg

M1L on at Purl Row

Another short video tutorial here, for when you're needing to do an increase on a purl row. This is a left leaning increase, that will be neat and tidy for your project. I hope that this helps you!!! 

xo

Nutmeg

Knit Stitch

Here’s a step by step video for those of you wanting to learn the very first stitch in knitting, the knit stitch. I’m using the continental knit method here. I find it to be easier, since I learned crochet first. I break it down for you, bit by bit, so that you can learn easily! Hope you enjoy it! Comment with any questions. 

xo
Nutmeg

Slip Knot

Hey all! I’m so glad to finally be able to share this with you all! I’ve finally started this project that I’ve been thinking about for a long, long time! I’ll be posting short tutorials that can help you with your knitting needs.

Here you will learn the basic slipknot, which is the foundation for all knitting and crochet projects. It’s only 2 steps. You can do it! 

xo

Nutmeg

Long Tail Cast-On

A short video to help you learn the long-tail cast on method. This is, possibly, the most often used cast on method, and while it may be a little bit daunting to learn at first, it’s really quite meditative once you get the hang of it. I’ve broken it down here into 5 steps. First, I show you at full speed, then I show you step by step at a slower rate. 

I hope that this helps you! 

xo
Nutmeg