Here is how to join two sets of stitches without leaving a seam. This method is good for the toes of socks, the top of hoods, baby garments, or anywhere else you don't want a bulky seam.. It's NOT recommended for shoulder seams on heavy sweaters or other places where you need ...more
If you've made it this far, you want to finish your knit sock the right way so you can fully enjoy the fruits of your labor. The kitchener stitch is the perfect way to finish knitting a sock. This video will show you to close the toe with a kitchener stitch.
This video demonstrates how to do a Kitchener stitch for joining seams, this is also know as grafting and weaving. This is used for invisible horizontal seams. Do a Kitchener stitch for seams. Click through to watch this video on knittinghelp.com
Stay tuned for this knitting instructional video on the Kitchener Stitch. Grafting with the kitchener stitch requires a bit of concentration. You want to do this when you know you won't be interrupted. With the stitches to be grafted on two parallel, double-pointed knitting n ...more
The kitchener stitch, also called grafting, is a knitting technique used to create woven seams. It's commonly used for the toe of knitted socks, but you'll find it used whenever you need an invisible seam.
Watch this video to learn how to do the kitchener stitch or grafting. You would do this when you need to weave together two sets of live stitches.
Check out this video for a demonstration of the kitchener stitch to finish up the toe of a completed sock.
This video demonstrates how to do a basic knit-one-purl-one bind-off. This is a bind off for knit 1 purl 1 ribbing. Knit-One Purl-One Bind-Off A very nice BO for ribbing This is a bind-off for K1 P1 ribbing. If you're familiar with the kitchener stitch, you may prefer to work ...more
In this video you practice a decrease method, the slip slip knit, to knit the fingers of a mitten. Our hosts show you the kitchener stitch to graft closed the top of the mitten. They also show you how to make your thumb stitches live, pick up stitches to get the thumb going. P ...more