What Do You Do After You Cast on

How To : Remove a cast with a cast saw

This medical how-to video demonstrates how to perform a cast removal with a cast saw. Follow along and learn how to remove a wrist and forearm cast. The cast saw may appear dangerous but it is actually pretty safe to use. A cast should only be removed when the attending doctor ...more

How To : Cast & mold a pregnant belly

Belly casts are the new keepsake for pregnant women that last and display well; learn how to cast a pregnant belly in this free video series on body molding tips. Part 1 of 37 - How to Cast & mold a pregnant belly. Cast & mold a pregnant belly - Part 2 of 37. Click through to ...more

How To : Create and cast bronze sculptures

In this series of how-to art sculpture videos, our professional sculptor Gary Mitnik demonstrates how to design, create and cast a bronze figure. Part 1 of 35 - How to Create and cast bronze sculptures. Create and cast bronze sculptures - Part 2 of 35. Click through to watch t ...more

Hulu 101 : How to Cast Shows & Movies to Your TV

Your smartphone is the perfect place to watch Hulu on the go. Whether you're looking to catch up on your shows in a hotel, or your phone is the only screen available, mobile streaming can be a lifesaver. But what about when you have access to a TV? Wouldn't you rather watch yo ...more

VLC 101 : How to Cast Any Video to Your TV Natively

When it comes to media players, few are more capable than VLC. With its extensive codec support, VLC is able to play almost any video file. Partly due to its open-source nature, features are constantly added. This trend has continued with a new update that added native Chromec ...more

How To : Make a pregnancy-belt cast

Immortalize your pregnancy by making a cast of your belly. Watch this video to learn how to Make a pregnancy-belt cast. Step 1. Lay down a tarp Lay down a tarp or some newspapers and cover a chair with an old sheet. Making a cast is a messy job. Step 2. Get materials ready ...more

How To : Knit a long tail cast on properly

Watch this instructional knitting video to knit a long tail cast on. Long tail cast ons are probably the most common knitting cast on that give your edge a nice, smooth finish. Make sure you have plenty of yarn for your cast on. Your knitting will be as wide as your cast on ro ...more

How To : Cast on using the loop method for knitting

This instructional video will show you how to cast on stitches for knitting using the "backwards loop" method. This is the easiest cast on to learn and master. Once you cast on, you can begin your knitting projects. This is also known as the "E wrap cast on" and "single cast on".

YouTube 101 : How to Cast Videos to Your TV

Watching YouTube on your phone has never been a better experience than it is today — our smartphones have super-sharp displays that make watching the newest HD, QHD, and even 4K content look fantastic. But there are plenty of circumstances where we want to watch our content on ...more

How To : Throw a cast net for live bait

The best way to fish is with live bait, but buying bait can be expensive and it isn't always guaranteed fresh. Once you learn how to cast your own bait you will be able to catch large amounts of bait fish on your own, and cut out the middle man. Happy fishing! Cast netting liv ...more

How To : Do a knitting provisional cast-on

Watch this knitting instructional video to learn how to do a knitting provisional cast-on. A provisional cast-on is usually worked in a contrasting waste yarn so the cast-on stitches can be easily removed later. The live stitches are then recovered so you can knit down from th ...more

How To : The Easiest Way to Cast from Chrome

Previously, you'd need to install the Google Cast extension to cast webpages from your Chrome web browser to your Chromecast-connected TV, but as of March 24th, you don't need it anymore. Casting now works natively in Google Chrome (which had been available in the Beta version ...more

How To : Do a two color long tail cast on

This knitting how to video demonstrates a two color cast-on based on the long tail cast on method. This method of casting on is useful for double knitting or casting on in patterns. The opposite color of course shows on each side of the work, a downfall for this cast on. Watch ...more

How To : Cast on to knitting needles with a slip knot

This video knitting tutorial shows the proper technique to do the knit or cable cast on with a slip knot to begin any knitting project. The cable or knit cast on is the absolute beginning for learning how to knit, and is easy to learn. Watch this instructional video and find o ...more

How To : Cast on for knitting & learn the basic knit stitch

Check out this video to learn how to cast on for knitting (including the long-tail cast on technique). Also, learn the basic knit stitch. Part 1 of 2 - How to Cast on for knitting & learn the basic knit stitch. Part 2 of 2 - How to Cast on for knitting & learn the basic knit ...more

How To : Do invisible (provisional) cast-on

This video demonstrates how to do invisible (provisional) cast-on, also known as looped cast-on. This is a provisional cast-on: one that can be easily undone to expose live stitches, and then knit from seamlessly. Do invisible (provisional) cast-on. Click through to watch this ...more

How To : Cast On at the End of a Row in Knitting

Sometimes your pattern will instruct you to CAST ON AT THE END OF A ROW. CASTING ON AT THE END OF A ROW is quite easy. Here's how to do it: When you come to the end of the row, turn the work as to purl. Cast on, in the usual way, the number of stitches needed. Purl all the ...more

How To : Season a cast iron pan

A Food Network chef gives the low down on seasoning a cast iron pan. Cast iron pans need to be seasoned before use because it will make your pan stick resistant and last a lifetime. Another plus of seasoning your cast iron pan is that you will not have to use any additional oi ...more

How To : Season and protect a cast iron skillet with oil

Cast iron skillets are the original non-stick "Teflon" coating. An iron skillet seasoned properly will keep food from sticking, and its is great for browning and easy to care for. And good cast iron cookware will last a life time. Cast iron skillets have been handed down from ...more

HBO Now 101 : How to Cast Shows & Movies to Your TV

While HBO Now does not support offline viewing yet, your smartphone is the perfect way to watch your favorite shows and movies on-the-go. Whether you're in a hotel running off Wi-Fi or you have an unlimited plan and are on the bus, if you want to binge some Game of Thrones, th ...more

How To : Add a Non-Stick Surface to a Cast Iron Skillet

Many cooks refer to well-seasoned cast iron skillets as the original non-stick pan. A cast iron skillet is a versatile piece of cookware, going from the top of the stove to the oven with ease, provided the handle is also cast iron. The secret to a non-stick skillet is in the s ...more

How To : Knit a backward loop cast on

Watch this instructional knitting video to knit a backward loop cast on. Your knitting will be as wide as your cast on row if you do not apply any shaping, such as increasing or decreasing. When knitting the backward loop cast on make sure to leave the stitches a little bit lo ...more

How To : Do a double e wrap cast-on on a knitting machine

Even though everything else is automated on a knitting machine, you're still going to need to cast on. This is a short video demo showing how to make an 'e' wrap cast-on when knitting double bed rib that works only on Japanese knitting machines. Watch this video knitting tutor ...more

How To : Throw a cast net

Check out this instructional fishing video with Dave "Nugget" Downie that demonstrates how to throw a cast net. Throwing a cast net may seem complicated, but with a bit of practice you'll be able to throw with ease. Just follow the instructions in this fishing tutorial video t ...more

How To : Knit a Turkish cast on with double point needles

The Turkish cast on is a great technique for avoiding the bulk of traditional seams. This video knitting tutorial shows how to knit a Turkish cast on, specifically for rounded doll accessories. Learn how to knit a Turkish cast on with double point needles by watching this inst ...more

How To : Cast on in knitting

This is an easy to learn cast on method. It results in the cast on row being the first knit row. It's a good, neat cast on method.

How To : Cast polyurethane molds

Check out these videos to learn how to cast simple polyurethane molds to for use in model-making, film special effects, fine art, and craft applications. This video does not cover making molds just casting in polyurethane. Part 1 of 2 - How to Cast polyurethane molds. Part 2 ...more

How To : Do old Norwegian cast-on

This video shows the Old Norwegian cast-on method. You need to work on needles a size or two up from gauge, because this is a tight cast-on. Do old Norwegian cast-on. Click through to watch this video on knittinghelp.com

How To : Alternate cable cast-on

This video demonstrates how to do a alternate cable cast-on. This is a great cast-on for K1 P1 ribbing,it is firm but stretchy. This is more difficult and take more time. Alternate cable cast-on. Click through to watch this video on knittinghelp.com

How To : Knit a long tail cast on for scarves & sweaters

Knitting can be a tricky hobby. This tutorial shows you how to create a long tail cast on, also known as a double cast on or continental cast on for knitting projects such as scarves and sweaters. Perfect to use in your winter holiday gifts. For more knitting advice, search fo ...more

How To : Do a tubular cast-on in knitting

This knitting how to video demonstrates how to do a tubular cast-on in knitting. It is worked with little to no waste of the main color, the method of casting on is the same as the invisible style of provisional cast-on. Watch and learn how simple it is to knit tubular cast-ons.

How To : Cast a Spinning Rod Backhanded

When fishing with a spinning rod, you may encounter a situation that does not allow you to cast off the side of the body that is holding the reel, like sharing the bow of the boat with another angler. In such situations, it is easier to cast backhanded or with the tip of the r ...more

How To : Do the E wrap cast on for knitting

Pay attention to this knitting demonstration video and learn how to do the e wrap cast on. This is not a good knitting cast-on for long lengths because it is not possible to control the tension well when knitting the first row, resulting in a loopy, uneven edge. I like to us ...more

How To : Fly cast in fly fishing

This is a 3 part series on the basics of fly casting. In this how-to Tim Landwehr of Tight Lines Fly Fishing Co. will help you better your casting. Casting is a very important part of fly fishing. When you learn to cast a fly, it can make or break your day with fly fishing. Yo ...more

How To : Cook eggs in a cast iron

In order to prepare a Southern breakfast, with eggs, in a cast iron skillet, you will need the following: a cast iron skillet, eggs, a spatula, salt and pepper, grits, ham, toast, and butter. In order to cook well, using a cast iron skillet, you will need it to be seasoned re ...more

How To : Roll cast in fly fishing

A roll cast is a way to throw your rod and catch more fish. Specifically, in fly fishing, a roll cast is performed by tipping the rod back to two o'clock and throwing it as if it were a ball. You would use a roll cast on a windy day to get the best toss. You will learn how to ...more

How To : Season a cast-iron pan

Cast-iron provides one of the best cooking surfaces for any cooking. Learn how to season it to perfection. -The seasoning will continue to improve as the pan is regularly used. -New cast-iron skillets require seasoning before the first use to create a nonstick finish. -Wash t ...more

How To : Do a single cast on

This is the video about how to perform a single cast on. To work this open cast on you'll need one needle a couple of sizes larger than the needles you'll be using to knit with (or alternately, two needles held together) and a spare length of sturdy yarn several times longer t ...more

How To : Solve the Hanayama Cast Loop metal puzzle

Learn how to solve the Hanayama Cast Loop metal puzzle. Hanayama cast iron puzzles are the perfect solution to being bored. This video tutorial will show you exactly how to solve this mind boggling Cast Loop puzzle, which is rated a 1 out of 6 in difficulty by Hanayama. Hanay ...more

How To : Solve the Hanayama Cast Quartet metal puzzle

Learn how to solve the Hanayama Cast Quartet metal puzzle. Hanayama cast iron puzzles are the perfect solution to being bored. This video tutorial will show you exactly how to solve this mind boggling Cast Quartet puzzle, which is rated a 6 out of 6 in difficulty by Hanayama. ...more

How To : Cast Web Videos from iPad or iPhone to Chromecast

This tutorial is for everyone who has been waiting for a solution to stream web videos to a Chromecast by using an iPhone or iPad. It is easy as a cakewalk. Video: . Step 1: Install Video & TV Cast for Chromecast (iOS App) Get Video and TV Cast Browser for Chromecast from the ...more

How To : Knit an invisible tubular cast-on with Eunny Jang

Are you 90% done with your lace shawl but have no idea how to finish the edges so they look rounded, complete, and not raggedy? Then a tubular cast-on may be just what you need to finish up the hems of your project in a professional manner. In this tutorial by Interweave, you ...more

How To : Cast on with work in progress when knitting

Ever wonder how to cast on with work in progress when knitting? Well, wonder no more with this knitting demonstration video! There are several ways to accomplish this, but I'm going to show you the one I like best. It's the one I use in the Knitting At Knoon patterns, and I r ...more

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