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How to Knit – Skills and patterns in a teachable order!

Do you want to learn how to knit or teach someone else how to knit? Here you’ll find written, photo, and video knitting tutorials that start with the slip knot and move on through many basic knitting skills.

How to Knit - written, photo & video tutorials by Jessie At Home - Social

Patterns are interspersed throughout so you can put your new knitting skills to work. This also provides a wonderful template for teaching someone else to knit.

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Yarn Over Purl Wise

Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial

Yarn over purl wise isn’t used that often, but it’s a good skill to know for when you do need it.

How to Yarn Over Purl Wise Stitchopedia Tutorial by Jessie At Home - Social

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Join to Knit in the Round – it’s really, really easy

Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial

“Join to knit in the round” was a terrifying phrase the first time I read it, but once I learned how simple it was, I had to laugh at myself.

How to Knit in the Round Stitchopedia Tutorial by Jessie At Home - Social

Now it’s your turn to learn! I prefer to use circular needles to knit in the round, while others prefer double point needles. Either way you do it, the join is the same, and so very easy.

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Slip Stitch Edge Knit Edging

Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial

The slip stitch edge creates little nubs on the edge of your work, one nub for every other row. It’s a sturdy edge that is easy to seam together. It’s also a super easy edge to make, as it is worked the same way on every row.

Slip Stitch Edge Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial by Jessie At Home - Pin 1

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Flat Edge Knit Edging

Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial

Using the flat edge on the sides of your knit creations helps prevent curling and gives a nice, straight line to your knitting. It’s designed to be used with stockinette stitch, though it looks nice on the other stitches I’ve tried it with. In the sample in this post you can see how it looks when worked on stockinette stitch and garter stitch.

Flat Edge Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial by Jessie At Home - Pin 1

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Open Edge Knit Edging

Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial

The open edge knit edging makes a clean, neat edge of chains. When used it affects just the first and last stitches of each row, essentially turning those stitches into 1 chain for every 2 rows. This creates a very pleasing edge to look at and gives a professional look to your finished creation.

Open Edge Stitchopedia Video & Photo Tutorial by Jessie At Home - Pin 1

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