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
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!