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This is the first step of a Long Tail Cast-On (shown below).
This is a great first cast-on to learn and can be used for many types of projects.
This is one of the two most basic stitches that all knitting projects and other techniques are built off of.
This is the second of the two most basic stitches that all knitting projects and other techniques are built off of.
This video covers a few different ways to do a slip stitch, when they might be useful and what to do if your pattern doesn't specify a particular method.
This is a basic stitch that you might encounter in a pattern.
This is a classic bind off technique and can be used on many types of projects.
This video shows you the correct way to weave in ends so that your work maintains its stretch and all the ends are secure.
This video demonstrates a technique similar to the one above, however, the emphasis is on invisibility to preserve the double sided nature of garter stitch.
This video explains the how-to's of blocking and why it's important.
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